What Happens If Someone Objects To The Proposed Action?

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People do object to wills. They object that they think it’s not a valid will, or that it was the product of undue influence, or is not a proper will. And they have an opportunity to object, and then there’s going to be discovery on that, and a hearing on it eventually, and a court will decide that. People also can object to investment decisions made by the executor during the administration. People can object to a lot of different things. The probate process allows a formal method for them to object, and then an orderly for their objection to be heard. Have more questions? Then contact us today to schedule a free consultation! Doane & DoaneTop rated Tax & Estate Planning Attorneys