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By Robert Lamm
One of the most common reasons for challenging the validity of a will or a trust is lack of mental capacity. One can put in all the no contest clauses that they want. If the signer doesn’t have mental capacity, the document will fail. Moreover, depending on the type of estate planning document, there are […]