A will is an important document. In most cases, someone probably took a lot of time to think about his or her future and the future of those he or she loves. A will is the document that records the results of those thoughts. It is what communicates someone’s last wishes regarding themselves, their assets and other issues important to each person. But what happens if you don’t think a will is valid?
There are several reasons someone might contest a will. First, if you think that the will that is being presented could be fraudulent, you’ll want to contest it. You’ll especially want to contest such a will if you have a will or copy of a will that you believe is actually the document your loved one prepared.