Proving undue influence in a will is a difficult process. If you decide to contest a will on these grounds you will have the burden of establishing a presumption of undue influence.
In Florida, wills can be challenged on several different grounds ranging from improper execution and undue influence to a lack of mental capacity, fraud or duress.
Contesting a will can be a very emotional and challenging process. Will contest cases are highly complex and should be handled by a skilled litigation team.
Under Florida law, a will can only be challenged after the maker of the will has passed away. Will contest cases are subject to strict statutes of limitation in Florida.
When a serious conflict or dispute arises over a probate or estate matter, you need to be certain your attorney has the skills and knowledge necessary to protect your rights and interests.