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Good afternoon. Although your aunt was not required to notify you of a change of beneficiary, if she in fact disinherited you 6 months prior to her death and instead left her estate to someone who was involved in helping her making the decision to disinheriting you, then you have the right to contest your aunt's actions. If you can show any one or more of the following: lack of requisite mental capacity, fraud, duress, coercion
and/or undue influence, then the court will invalidate any such action by your aunt. If your aunt disinherited you and instead left her money to an outsider, especially if that outsider was one of her advisors involved in the change, your chances of prevailing would be excellent because a reasonable person would not consider such a change likely in the absence of one or more of the above-referenced factors.
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