In order for a will to be valid, the person who made the will must have had testamentary capacity at the time it was made. Testamentary capacity is a technical term, and means that at the time of making the Will, the deceased person must have had sufficient soundness of mind to have:
If the Will is found to be invalid, it will not be administered. If you suspect that your loved one has made a Will after they had already lost testamentary capacity, contact our lawyers for advice.
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