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Re:Contesting a non-probate transfer 7 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0  
Probate Court will require clear and convincing evidence of the decedent's intent to change the beneficiary prior to death. Lets say the decedent did file the standard change of beneficiary form provided by the insurance company, but did create his or her own version of a change of beneficiary form or directed in his or her will that the will control and change the beneficiary designation.

If there is no other clear or convincing evidence, then you are SOL.
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