Undue Influence

Norcross Lawyer Contests Wills On Basis Of Improper Influence

After a person passes away, family and heirs may be shocked to learn a substantial portion of their loved one's assets are going to just one person. When this happens, if there are questions about an individual's influence and the mental capacity of a loved one at the time the will was created or updated, the next call should be to a probate litigation attorney.

At the Law Offices of Tom Pye, our attorney has been representing families, heirs and executors in probate litigation cases since 1971. We use our decades of experience when contesting the validity of a will.

If you are involved in any type of will contest involving undue influence, contact our firm to learn more about our approach. You can contact us online or call 678-894-2930 or toll free at 877-840-3064 to speak with our experienced undue influence attorney.

Do I Have An Undue Influence Case?

In Georgia, undue influence occurs when someone else overcomes the willpower of the person making a will, trust or other related estate contract. Commonly, this other person takes advantage of the loved one's lack of mental capacity for his or her personal financial gains. Some of the more common scenarios involve Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia where a person's mental capacities are not what they once were.

Our firm's attorney, Tom Pye, has more than 40 years of experience challenging wills based on undue influence. We understand that these cases can become quite emotional and contentious. Our main goal is to have the interests of the deceased honored in a way that accurately reflects his or her real intentions.

Contact Our Probate Litigation Attorney To Contest A Will Or Trust

If you believe someone's undue influence played a role during the creation or update of a will, trust or estate contract, call our law firm. Our hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Weekend and evening appointments are available.