Under Probate Code 6100.5(a)(2), a person lacks testamentary capacity if at the time of making a will or trust, he or she suffers from a mental health disorder with symptoms including delusions or hallucinations, and those delusions or hallucinations lead the person to make a disposition of property he or she otherwise would not have made.  Here, the court affirms a judgment against the petition challenging the will leaving all the estate to charity.  Applying the substantial evidence rule, it finds sufficient evidence that the testator wasn’t suffering from a mental health disorder when she signed the will.  So it is unnecessary to review whether she suffered from delusions–although at least one of her reasons for disinheriting the contestants–that they were interested only in her money–wasn’t delusional either.