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Can someone challenge my will after I die?

Yes. Anyone can challenge a will who is a potential beneficiary of that will, whether it be a son, a daughter, a niece, a nephew, an uncle. That will is always subject to challenge. However, the challenge goes into litigation and the question then is whether you have the evidence to present to a judge to successfully challenge a will.

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