There is nothing wrong in reminding a testator of a family relationship or of a moral obligation that the testator should bring to mind in making their Will. Similarly, a person can remind a testator of one’s financial needs or future funding requirements. However, if someone exercises pressure to the point that the testator’s own will and volition is overwhelmed, then that may constitute undue influence.
If you think a loved one has:-
Made a Will or a lifetime transfer of an asset, such as a family home, subject to undue influence; or
Where a family member has had assets such as money, jewellery or property, taken from them due undue influence.