Will Forgery Not Proven

The lack of any testimony from a handwriting expert, together with the “imprecise” testimony of children who were disinherited, did not amount to clear and convincing evidence of forgery, and was credibly refuted by the scrivener who testified to the preparation and execution of the will. In re: Estate of Sarah S. Hollingsworth, 575 EDA 2023 (Pa. Super. 2/21/2024) (non-precedential).

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