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Undue influence, lack of testamentary capacity in will challenge (access required)

The estate of an 89-year-old grandmother who executed her will less than three weeks before she died of cancer will go to her grandson, not her sisters, who orchestrated the will’s execution. A Wake County jury found that Carol Lane Randolph, whose estate is worth about $300,000, lacked the mental capacity to execute a will and ...

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