Master the concept of testamentary capacity, the four elements of the test for capacity, and several common defects in testamentary capacity, including insane delusion, undue influence, and fraud.
A person may execute a last will and testament to dispose of his or her estate after death. However, not everyone may create a will, and even after a will has been executed, it may be found invalid if the person lacks capacity. Today, you’ll learning about the requirements for testamentary capacity.
To start off our discussion, we’ll define testamentary capacity and cover the four elements of the test for capacity. After that, we’ll discuss several common defects in testamentary capacity,...