Originally recorded during a live webcast in August, 2017.
A will is the document that outlines a deceased person's last wishes. Wills are hard to contest, and the courts generally accept wills at face value. But there are some circumstances when this is challenged.
Pick up valuable practice tips
What are the grounds for filing a will contest
How to contest the transfer of non-probate assets
How to evaluate the strength of a case
Various ways to file (along with sample forms)
Common issues in trial preparation
Finding and using medical records
Ethics information has been integrated throughout this program. To receive ethics credit, you must attend the entire course.