Estate Planning

The will

An invalid will

There are a few instances where a will may be deemed invalid. These include:

  • not executing a will properly. For example, not having the will witnessed when signed
  • completing a will under duress or undue influence
  • completing a will where the willmaker does not have testamentary capacity (that is, while not of sound mind)
  • having multiple wills that don’t cancel previous wills