Insane delusion, sometimes called “monomania,” occurs when a testator has a particular belief that has no basis in reality and subsequently creates or changes his or her will based on that insane delusion. For example, a testator could believe that one of his two grandchildren has died, so he writes the first grandchild out of his will and leaves all of his inheritance to the second grandchild. In reality, he interacts with both of his grandchildren on a daily basis.

Insane Delusion May Invalidate A Will

Insane delusion is a very specific type of mental incapacity that does not necessarily affect all aspects of a person’s competency. In Florida, a will can be declared void based on a finding that the decedent suffered from insane delusion at the time of the will’s execution.

The Experience To Handle The Most Challenging Cases

If you wish to contest a loved one’s will based on a belief that he or she suffered from insane delusion, attorney David M. Garten can advise you of your options, review the circumstances of your case, and aggressively represent your rights and interests.

For more thanĀ 30 years, the Law Office of David M. Garten, Esq., has provided intelligent, personalized representation to clients in West Palm Beach and surrounding communities. Our firm has a long history of experience and success in a broad range of probate litigationmatters, including those related to insane delusion. We understand the evidentiary requirements of an insane delusion claim, and we can build the strongest possible case on your behalf.

Contact Attorney David M. Garten

Call our firm at 561-689-0054 to discuss your questions and concerns with a skilled insane delusion lawyer in West Palm Beach. You can also contact us by email. We represent clients throughout Palm Beach County, Martin County and Broward County.