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No Undue Influence in Will of Brain-Injured Adult (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia distinguishes a presumption of undue influence in a will contest involving a young victim of brain injury, rather than an elderly testator, and upholds a will that gave 25 percent each to the testator’s brother and sister-in-law, and only 25 percent to the testator’s now-grown son; the trial court said ...

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