Panel Vacates Ruling In Will Contest, Remands For Undue Influence Determination

(November 12, 2019, 10:39 AM EST) -- PHILADELPHIA — A lower court erred failing to qualify a nurse as an expert in caring for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients and in failing to find that a woman suffered from a weakened intellect in the period leading up to the execution of her will, a Pennsylvania Superior Court panel found Nov. 7, vacating a lower court’s ruling in a will contest and remanding for the court to determine whether the will proponents can establish the absence of undue influence (Estate of Stella Fabian, No. 2804 EDA 2018, Pa. Super, 2019 Pa. Super. LEXIS 1109)....

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