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September 24, 2019

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Over-Involved Adult Children Run the Risk of Invalidating a Parent’s Will or Power of Attorney: The Case of Graham v Graham

Jennifer A. N. Corak, Shannon Sturgeon

For a will to be valid, not only is it important that formal statutory requirements be satisfied,[1] but the testator (being the person executing the will) must also have testamentary capacity to make the will. In addition, if the testator...


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