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I think my parent was coerced by my sibling in writing his will, can I do anything?

Unfortunately, some people try to convince an ailing or aging parent to change their will at the last minute. Coercion often results in one person wrongfully receiving a large majority of an estate or inheritance. However, coercion is not a valid way to get an inheritance, and if you think your sibling has coerced your parent into changing their will, you might have a legal claim. Speak with an attorney to learn more about your legal options.