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I totally agree with your husband. To prevail in contesting these actions, he need only prove one or more of the following: lack of requisite mental capacity, coercion, fraud, duress, mistake and/or undue influence. It seems pretty clear that all of these were present. Although the burden is on your husband, given these egregious facts, in my experience, your husband should easily prevail in contesting his sister's actions.
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