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manu s (self)     21 January 2011

CHALLENGE THE WILL

MY FATHER MADE A WILL AND DEAD.HE HAS 3 CHILDREN.BUT HE PART HIS PROPERY UNEQUILY IN THE WILL  AND I AM THE MOST SUFFERER.COULD I CHALLENGE THE WILL IN COURT.

MANU S



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Adv Archana Deshmukh (Practicing Advocate)     21 January 2011

If the property is the self acquired property of your father then, he has every right to distribute the property amongst his children  in whatever proportion he desires. If the will is otherwise legally valid then, you cannot do anything about it.

Jolly James 9447287658 (Advocate)     27 January 2011

If the will deed is not properly executed or attested by two witnesses or your father was suffering from serous illness to understand the consequences of his act you can challange the validity of the will in court of Law

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