Losing a parent is a devastating life circumstance. The difficulty of these situations can be further exacerbated when you discover that your parent made sudden changes to their will before their passing – without your knowledge. Maybe you’ve discovered that your parents abruptly left everything to one child.
This can raise a lot of red flags regarding what influenced the change of will, who was responsible for the change, whether or not your parent was of sound mind when they made the decision, and a host of other factors. Kimberley Murphy, Esq., dives into the different steps you can take to ensure the legitimacy of will changes – and what to do when you find out they’re not.