A will is an integral part of your estate plan, and it’s important to make sure it holds up after you pass on. Unfortunately, people may attempt to contest your will in an effort to benefit themselves.
Grounds for Contesting a Will in Illinois
In order to invalidate a will, the person contesting it must have legitimate grounds for doing so. Simply disagreeing with the provisions set forth in your will is not enough; they need to prove it is actually invalid.