Recognized indications of undue influence include
- Provisions that are unnatural, cutting off from any substantial bequests the natural objects of the decedent’s bounty;
- Dispositions at variance with the decedent’s intentions, expressed before and after the document’s execution;
- Relations existing between the chief beneficiaries and the decedent that afforded the former an opportunity to control the testamentary act;
- A testator whose mental and physical condition was such as to permit a subversion of his or her freedom of will; and
- A chief beneficiary under the will or trust who was active in procuring the execution of the instrument.