In a 2011 poll, nearly 60 percent of Americans admitted that they had no will. While many New Jersey residents may think they're too young to start worrying about the future of their assets, having a will is important for adults of all ages.
Generally speaking, it is difficult to successfully challenge a will in New Jersey. Around 99 percent of wills nationwide are upheld in their entirety by probate courts. That said, anyone who may have an interest in the estate can bring a challenge. There are several valid grounds to challenge a will.