Contesting a will in North Carolina

Lis Pendens NC

In NC Lis Pendens are effective ways to preserve real estate assets that are involved in the litigation of a case. This is particularly useful when contesting a will or contesting a trust. If not filed, then the assets could be sold or transferrred to a third party or bona fide purchaser, the sales proceeds get squandered, and the plaintiff in the case ends up with a paper judgment instead of cash on the barrel head.

Parties to a Will Contest: the Caveators & Propounders

Video discussing the parties to a Will Contest in North Carolina by Attorney, Kirk Sanders.

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