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4 grounds for contesting a will in Florida

If you believe the will your loved one created is invalid, you may be able to challenge it in a Florida probate proceeding. However, in order for it to be void, it must meet one of the legal requirements for contestation. Being unhappy with the will's provisions or simply suspecting something wrong is not enough. You must be able to prove that there are sufficient grounds for questioning the will's validity. The following are the most common reasons for contesting a will.

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