Accounting for Gifts and Loans to Children in Your Estate Plan
No parents want their children to fight among themselves after they are gone. Sadly, conflicts often arise, especially whe...Read more
Yes, your aunt and uncle must meet with the attorney alone without you present. It's best, as well, that you do not see the new wills. This will protect them from being challenged as having been created under your undue influence. If your uncle is not competent, your aunt cannot sign for him. Wills may be executed only by the legally competent individual whose will it is.