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What Happens If a Will Is Contested?

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When a will is contested, it means that the beneficiaries feel that property has been divided unfairly. If the beneficiaries contest a will and it is successful, the court rules that the property as intestate and proceeds as if a will was never created. If all or just part of the will is invalid, the court makes a decision based on evidence and testimony.
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