If you are the biological child of a person who has died without a will, you may have a right to inherit from that person. This will require sufficient proof of such biological relationships, such as DNA for contesting a will.
Also, if you are the relative of a person who died with a will, but you believe that will treats you unfairly and that it may have been procured through improper circumstances, you may have grounds to challenge that will. Such grounds include lack of mental capacity, lack of testamentary intent, undue influence, and fraud for contesting a will.
If you have one of these situations, contact Dale D. Dahlin. He has experience in successfully representing persons in such situations.
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