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Will Disputes

Dealing with a dispute over a last will and testament in Georgia can be a challenging and emotionally charged experience. Our team at Georgia Probate Associates is here to provide the guidance and support you need during this difficult time.




We encourage you to reach out for a free consultation to discuss your specific concerns and questions.


Will disputes can involve complex legal and emotional issues. Some of the more common challenges individuals encounter when disputing a will (or dealing with someone else disputing a will):

  • Validity of the Will: Questions may arise about the will's validity, including concerns related to the testator's capacity or undue influence.

  • Will Execution: Disputes can revolve around the proper execution of the will, including the presence of witnesses and compliance with legal requirements.

  • Interpretation of Terms: Confusion may occur when interpreting the terms of the will, leading to disputes among beneficiaries.

  • Challenges from Heirs: Heirs and potential beneficiaries may contest the will, often based on their expectations or relationships with the deceased.

  • Executor's Actions: Concerns about the executor's actions or decisions can lead to disputes regarding the administration of the estate.

  • Undue Influence: Allegations of undue influence by a third party may result in a will contest, claiming that the testator's wishes were not followed.

  • Asset Distribution: Disagreements can arise over how the assets should be distributed among beneficiaries.

Our team is experienced in handling will disputes in Georgia and can assist you in navigating these challenges. We provide expert advice, clear communication, and skilled representation to help you resolve your concerns and protect your rights.

Contact us

Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your specific will dispute and explore your options for resolution. Your peace of mind is our priority, and we are here to support you through this challenging process.

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