There are a few things you must understand when talking about disputed wills or contesting a will. If you are contesting a will, you will need to have proper ground in order to do that. There will essentially be an investigation and it will be decided whether or not the disputed will, will be in your favor.
A will challenge, in the law of property, is a formal protest raised against the legitimacy of a will, in view of the conflict that the will does not mirror the genuine plan of the departed benefactor (the gathering who made the will) or that the will is generally invalid.
Will challenges by and large concentrate on the declaration that the departed benefactor needed testamentary limit, was working under a crazy fancy, or was liable to undue impact or extortion? A will might be tested completely or to some extent.
Just a not very many wills are challenged: their prosperity rate is under 1%.Courts and enactment for the most part feel a solid commitment to maintain the last wishes of a deceased benefactor, and, without convincing proof despite what might be expected.
Doing proper research and having an eligible case may help strengthen your chances.