Domicile, Undue Influence, Fraud, Insane Delusions, Forgery, and Testamentary Capacity in Will Contest

Decedent with multiple residences was found to be domiciled in Pennsylvania, as all of his mail came to his Philadelphia residence and he wished to return there; undue influence was not proved by either direct or indirect evidence, as the decedent was a strong willed individual with much business experience; and fraud, insane delusion, forgery, and lack of testamentary capacity lacked supporting evidence in will contest.  Rothberg Estate, 4 Fid. Rep. 3d 403 (O.C. Phila. 2014) (Opinion by O’Keefe, Admin. J.), aff’d, Nos. 2391 EDA 2014 and 2795 EDA 2014 (Pa. Super. 6/26/2015) (non-precedential).

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