Question: Logsdon who had three children disliked one of them without

Logsdon, who had three children, disliked one of them without any reason. In his will, he left only a small amount to the child he disliked and gave the bulk of his estate to the remaining two. On his death, the disliked child claimed that the will was void and had been obtained by undue influence. Do you agree? [Logsdon v. Logsdon, 104 N.E.2d 622 (Ill.)]

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