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In the common law tradition, testamentary capacity is the legal term of art used to describe a person's legal and mental ability to make or alter a valid will. This concept has also been called sound mind and memory or disposing mind and memory. Adults are presumed to have the ability to make a will.

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* Affidavit of testamentary capacity by Medical Doctor (part of the probate process). * Affidavit Form 47 used by the Land Registry 'Application for registration by surviving joint tenant(s) - and indeed all other Land Registry Affidavits. * Affidavit in lieu of a Lost Document.

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The law of testamentary capacity in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Colorado is explained in more detail as a way of demonstrating the varying standards in the states, and there is a similar examination of Florida, Wisconsin, and Kentucky law with respect to undue influence.

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...suggests lack of testamentary capacity) [To the best of my knowledge, information and belief, the deceased had testamentary capacity at the time of

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Testamentary capacity is an important element of a valid will, since wills are often executed by older adults who may be losing their mental capacity to age and disease, and who may be subject to undue influence from people hoping to profit from the will.

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Testamentary Capacity - Download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online.

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The testamentary capacity matter is most frequently raised posthumously, when an aggrieved heir contests the will entered into probate.

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