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Whether a decedent had sufficient testamentary capacity to make a will arises frequently in trusts and estates practice. Was the decedent of “sound mind” with the necessary mental ability to understand and execute a will? If not, the will will be invalid and either a previously revoked will will be revived or the intestacy law will apply.  

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