Nebraska Revised Statute 30-24,103

Chapter 30

30-24,103.

Penalty clause for contest.

A provision in a will purporting to penalize any interested person for contesting the will or instituting other proceedings relating to the estate is unenforceable if probable cause exists for instituting proceedings.

Source

  • Laws 1974, LB 354, § 181, UPC § 3-905.

Annotations

  • A no contest clause is unenforceable if probable cause exists for instituting proceedings. In re Estate of Barger, 303 Neb. 817, 931 N.W.2d 660 (2019).