Adam L. Sandler quoted
As seen in NJ.com, February 1, 2019
Q. My father died first, then my mother died years ago. I am the oldest of three siblings. My youngest sister was named executor and my son co-executor. The will, I believe, was changed when my mother had dementia. It said all property would go to the other siblings – not me – except for $50. Can and how can I fight this?
A. We’re sorry to hear of the loss of your parents.
It may be possible for you to fight, if you want to go there.
If your mother lacked the capacity to execute the will or your siblings unduly influenced her into executing the will that disinherits you, then you may have a cause of action to set aside the will, said Adam Sandler, an attorney with Einhorn Harris in Denville.
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