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June Showfety


can you tell me the states with a statute that authorizes a cause of action for pretermitted heirs prior to the death of the decedent? this is another aspect of elder financial abuse, where one child gets the will changed. the remaining children do not have a cause of action until after the death in NC, a tort action for interfering with an inheritance. I have been told in some states there is a statutory right of action.

Thank you.

Kristen Lewis

We have not done a compreshensive state survey, so I cannot confirm or deny such a statute in N.C. Perhaps some of the other N.C.-based LWP members could weigh in on this question?

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