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  • This is Nuts! But is it Grounds for Invalidating a Virginia Will?
    This is Nuts! But is it Grounds for Invalidating a Virginia Will?

    When a person creates a will, they document how they wish for their assets to be handled after their passing. However, when they pass, family members may not always agree with the outcome of the will. ...

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  • Do You Need a Lawyer to Contest a Will?
    Do You Need a Lawyer to Contest a Will?

    If you expected to be listed as an heir in a will and was not, there is a possibility that you could contest the will. However, before you take any legal action regarding the will, there are several ...

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  • When It Comes to Elder Care, Trust but Verify
    When It Comes to Elder Care, Trust but Verify

    At Obenshain Law Group, we handle elder abuse cases and we have observed an increase in the number of these cases that has been alarming. To help spread awareness about financial scams and ...

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  • Cat Fight Over Handwritten Will
    Cat Fight Over Handwritten Will

    What happens if the testator forgot to name beneficiary in handwritten will? Since February of this year, a ‘cat fight’ of epic proportions has been unfolding in the quaint North Carolina coastal ...

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  • What to Do If There Is a “No Contest” Clause in the Will
    What to Do If There Is a “No Contest” Clause in the Will

    A "no contest" clause in a will is often used to prevent fighting among the heirs to an estate. The clause typically states that any beneficiary who challenges a will could lose his or her ...

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  • (Almost) Everything You Need to Know About Contesting a Will in Virginia
    (Almost) Everything You Need to Know About Contesting a Will in Virginia

    When an individual dies, many legal, financial, and personal affairs must be settled. In certain instances, directives for how such matters will be resolved are contained in a document known as a ...

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