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Did you know a sound will can also be contested? Find out where you can go wrong and how to avoid it

Did you know a sound will can also be contested? Find out where you can go wrong and how to avoid it
Did you know a sound will can also be contested? Find out where you can go wrong and how to avoid it
The testator should make the will of his own free will and not be pressured or forced into doing so by anyone.

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Though there is no surefire way to create an ironclad will, drafting a technically sound and factually precise document can help minimise the chances of it being challenged in the court of law. What also helps is understanding the ways in which a will can be contested and the problems that can arise during its execution.

Ravinder Virmani was deeply disturbed when his father passed away in 2018. However, the Noida-based businessman wasn’t flustered when it came to inheritance because he knew his father had left a registered will. Three years down the line, the distribution of two houses and agricultural land is still on hold because his younger brother contested the will on the grounds that he had been treated unfairly as their father had been unduly influenced
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