Losing a loved one can be one of the most difficult things that you will ever have to go through. If you have lost a parent, it is likely that you are united with your siblings in your grief.
One of the most important goals in planning an estate is preventing the surviving heirs from having to litigate certain issues. If a will is not legally sound, then relatives or beneficiaries may enter prolonged legal battles over the estate.
A phrase that comes up frequently in estate litigation is undue influence. It is the accusation that one party took advantage of another's frailty to defraud or steal from them.