Mealey's Elder Law - Virginia High Court Finds Man Unable To Show Will Was Fraudulent

RICHMOND, Va. - The Virginia Supreme Court on July 19 upheld a lower court judge's ruling admitting to probate a man's three-page will, finding that his son failed to show that the document was fraudulent because it lacked page numbers and initials on each page and because witnesses testified that they were unaware of the contents of two main pages of the document (Robert Lee Canody II v. Cheryl A. Hamblin, et al., No. 170747, Va. Sup., 2018 Va. LEXIS 93).
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