Validity of Will Upheld for Lack of Evidence of Undue Influence or Incapacity

Evidence that the decedent ended contacts with friends, stopped speaking to his son, moved to the Poconos, and remarried is not sufficient proof of undue influence by his second wife, lack of testamentary capacity, or fraud in the inducement, and the testimony of the lawyer who prepared the will, and who testified to the capacity of the of the decedent, was entitled to great weight. James F. Shepley Estate, 10 Fid.Rep.3d 1 (Monroe O.C. 2019), aff’d, 3211 EDA 2019 (Pa. Super. 2/19/2021) (non-precedential).

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