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How can I tell if the deceased lacked capacity when the will was drafted?

How can I tell if the deceased lacked capacity when the will was drafted? | Metnick, Levy & Dyson | Let Us Be Your Solution | 1-(800) MYATTORNEY | | 15300 Jog Road, Suite 103, Delray Beach, Florida 33446 | (561)498-9979 There are several factors announced by Florida courts will look at to determine if someone has capacity. The first factor they look at is whether the person writing the will knew of their assets, in other words what they had. The next thing they look at is did the person signing the will know who their heirs were, who would receive the assets. The last thing they look at is did the person understand the document they were signing and the practical effect of the will. There are other ways to determine capacity, and that includes looking at medical records to see if people were oriented to person, place and time. The other thing you can look at is whether the person was having insane delusions, which unfortunately happens to people to have advanced dementia and Alzheimer's.