Thank you for the question. If you believe that the person was coerced into making a new Will or executed a Will when not of sound mind then you can make an application to contest the Will. If you are able to show this was the case (in either or both instances) then it would be possible for the court to order that the latter Will is invalidated and the original Will stands. However you will require to prove this in evidence. As this can be a complex area of law I would advise instructing a solicitor to assist with your representation.
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I hope this information proved helpful. You will find a local solicitor who deals with these matters on the law society webpage which is as follows;
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