Friday, June 8, 2007

Suspicion Arises when Infirmed Senior Signs Documents that Changes Disposition of Their Estate

Do Existing Laws Adequately Protect Estates of Infirmed Seniors
vs Fraud? Fraud, Duress & Undue Influence? -->NO!

What's Wrong With Existing Laws?

Such suspicions frequently arise when it is discovered that an Alzheimer's sufferer, stroke victim, or other similarly infirmed senior has signed a will or other legal document that changes the content or disposition of their estate.

Numerous authorities have written about this problem. The article "Wills, Testamentary Capacity, and Undue Influence" by Irwin Perry, MD, JD provides an especially good explanation. Click here to link to his article. Articles by other authorities can be accessed via this site's directory.

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