Over the last several months, our courts have issued multiple decisions stemming from litigation involving claims of undue influence. Cases have emanated from courts in more than half of the counties in New Jersey, and the Appellate Division issued roughly a dozen decisions.  None of these opinions has been published and are therefore not binding precedent; however, the facts and court determinations demonstrate certain trends of which practitioners should be aware, and that may provide guidance on how to avoid undue influence claims in the first place.

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