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If you are considering contesting a will, it is important to understand the legal process and seek the guidance of an experienced attorney. At Doucet Co., LPA, our team of legal professionals has the knowledge and expertise to help you navigate the complex process of will contests.

A will contest is a legal challenge to the validity of a will. There are several grounds on which a will can be contested, including lack of testamentary capacity, undue influence, and fraud.

If you believe that a will is invalid and you want to contest it, the first step is to file a complaint with the probate court. The complaint should outline the specific grounds on which you are contesting the will and provide evidence to support your claim.

The probate court will then hold a hearing to determine the validity of the will. It is important to present strong evidence to support your claim, as the burden of proof is on the person contesting the will.

If you are considering contesting a will, it is important to act quickly. In Ohio, a will must be contested within three months after the date of probate.

Don't let the stress of a will contest add to your burden. Contact Doucet Co., LPA at (888) 200-9824 to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys. We are here to help.

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