Can A Non-Profit Contest A Will?
Charitable organizations as beneficiaries in a will
As a charitable or non-profit organization, if you are the beneficiary of a will, can you contest it? Gainesville elder law attorney Shannon Miller can help clients, including charitable organizations, better understand their options in this situation.
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“Will contests can also be brought by charitable organizations who were left something in a will. They’re a beneficiary. Even if you’re a charity or you were specifically devised something in a will, you can contest a will either by the administration of it or by the way it was drafted, meaning to test whether or not it’s a valid will.”