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When can a will be contested?

A will can be contested by any interested party, meaning normally a beneficiary or someone who has been excluded as a beneficiary, when the will is presented to the court for admission to the probate process. However, even after the process begins, one can still raise the issue of whether that will is valid or not valid. Thereby, creating a will contest and presenting evidence to demonstrate that it is a contested will that should not be upheld.

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