Schomberg v Taylor demonstrates the high evidential burden of challenging a will under undue influence. Mark Keenan and David Hickmott explain ‘Where an allegation of undue influence is made, the burden of proof is on the party alleging the misconduct and the civil standard of the balance of probabilities applies.’ There are various grounds upon …
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