Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2016’

Signature on Self-Proving Affidavit but Not on Will Falls Short of Statutory Requirements

In early 2015, the Tennessee Court of Appeals provided valuable guidance to practitioners on will execution requirements. The case of In re Estate of Bill Morris (2015 WL 557970, Tenn. Ct. App. 2015) concerned a will contest in which the children of the decedent challenged the validity of their father’s Last Will and Testament based on alleged noncompliance with T.C.A. …

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