Mays v. Porter, 398 S.W.3d 454 (Ky. Ct. App. 2013)

(children brought action against their mother to recover items stored in her garage; mother counter-claimed to set aside deed executed in favor of children; at trial mother testified and argument made without objection that deed was coerced through undue influence of mother’s husband prior to his death; husband refused to let mother ask questions regarding deed and had been violent, so mother signed to avoid an argument; after trial court held deed was result of undue influence; court also limited items in garage to be returned to children based on testimony of grandson regarding which items actually belonged to children; both holdings affirmed on appeal because substantial evidence in record supported findings).