Sometimes disputes can arise about whether someone had the mental capacity to make a will, change a trust, or to make a significant gift.  At times, these cases involve a person, oftentimes a family member, who has pressured or inappropriately influenced the trustor or the decedent.  Attorneys at Cable Huston have experience litigating issues of diminished capacity, lack of capacity, undue influence, and elder financial abuse, including elder abuse restraining orders.

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