This is not a medical blog, but medicine and the law interact extensively when it comes to determining (or challenging) a person’s legal capacity. To prove lack of capacity requires evidence of a mental defect, such as dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s also plays a role in proving a weakness of mind—required for undue influence.
Influencing the Court to Find for Undue Influence in California
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I’ve blogged before about using the concept of undue influence to overturn a California Will or Trust. But knowing the definition of undue influence is only the first step. To make the concept of undue influence useful, you have to know how to prove the existence of undue influence in a Court of law. That…