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Case Study: Stanton v Wells Fargo Bank



This case study focuses on the issue of undue influence with regard to a will. When a woman changed her well to leave everything to her son-in-law, cutting out her previous charitable beneficiaries, they sued, claiming undue influence, constructive fraud and breach of fiduciary duty. This case analyzed each of these claims against the standards a plaintiff must overcome to invalidate a will.

The case can be found here:

https://calculators.law/caselaw/decisions/BeZ8JqPMlRxn/stanton-v-wells-fargo-bank-montana-na