When approached to assist in the revision of a family member's will, the prudent practitioner will want to ensure that the testator is not operating under the influence of a beneficiary, and is not subject to weakness, dependence or justifiable trust that could result in an unfair advantage in favor of the beneficiary.
TRUSTS AND ESTATES
When Is Influence 'Undue'?
New Jersey Law Journal
December 21, 2012
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