The above grounds for a will contest typically require an expert medical opinion concerning lack of capacity or undue influence.
"I devise my money and coin collection to Todd Fehlhaber and Sue Fehlhaber in equal shares, or to the survivor thereof."
The question was whether large bank accounts were included in term "money". This case is an example of a patent ambiguity, or an unclarity of meaning that appears from the face of the Will. By the way, the Court decided the case by referring to an affidavit submitted by the lawyer who drafted the will. He explained that his client had meant to give her coin collection to the Felhaber's and not her bank accounts. The Court was careful to point out that this outside evidence would not have been admissible had the Will not contained an ambiguity.
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