Term:  Presumptions

Presumptions—courts may be allowed, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, to presume certain facts. In will contests, judges presume once wills are read and signed that the person signing has knowledge of the contents. Those contesting testamentary capacity have the onus to prove there was no knowledge and approval of the will

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