How to Prove Forgery in Probate Fraud Litigation

You can contest a counterfeit estate planning document in probate if you have a good-faith belief that someone forged it or committed probate fraud when soliciting its execution. Challengers must hold standing and grounds to move their forgery arguments forward in court. Probate fraud investigators and handwriting experts may gather the requisite forgery evidence required for presentation at trial Will …

What Everyone Needs To Know About Recognizing Fraud in Estate Planning

Probate fraud litigation arises when interested parties claim a testamentary document in probate was executed under deception or contains forged provisions. Seasoned probate litigators can scrutinize fraudulent estate planning documents without hesitation, but non-lawyers may find it challenging to figure out whether a fraudster has deceived a testator into disinheriting them. Let’s check out what the experienced estate fraud litigators …