The putative heir left out of a will may easily exclaim how the recently deceased must have been insane. Yet the bar to prove that a will was the product of insane delusions is quite high – higher than some people may wish. Way back in 1932, the Arizona Supreme Court had to set one thing straight.
Disliking one’s wife for no good reason was not evidence of insanity.
I hope not too many of our readers feel suddenly comforted about their mental state.