Will with Larger Gift to Companion Upheld

The decedent’s attorney testified that he had administered a “Mini-Mental Status Exam” to the decedent and that the decedent was “sharp” and “understood what he was doing” when he signed his fourth will providing increasing gifts to his long-time companion, and the objectors to the will failed to provide clear and convincing evidence of a lack of testamentary capacity or of weakened intellect. Frederick Estate, 11 Fid.Rep.3d 286 (Bucks O.C. 2021).

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