Will & Estate Disputes

Losing a loved one is a heartbreaking experience, and at an already delicate time in your life, the last thing you and your family need is the stress and upset that comes with will or estate disputes.

Estate Dispute

Understanding Will & Estate Disputes

Disputes with wills or estates may arise for numerous reasons. Whether that be invalid wills, executors failing to fulfil their duties, or even issues arising between beneficiaries and executors. Ultimately, however, each circumstance is different.

If you feel as though there is a substantial claim to contest a will, then it is important to bring it to the immediate attention of the courts.

However, only certain applicants are actually entitled to make such a claim; this includes spouses, co-inhabitants of more than two years, children, those treated as children by the deceased, and finally, anyone who was financially dependent upon the deceased at the time of their death.

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How We Can Help You

Regardless of whether you are the executor or the beneficiary, our experienced team of solicitors will provide you with the best legal advice and assistance - both in and outside of the courtroom.

We will advise you on the challenging of wills and their validity. Under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, our solicitors will bring or defend those who have been disinherited from a family member's estate, as well as help to remove executors.

If you have any questions or queries regarding a probate matter, then do not hesitate to contact our team.

Will & Estate Disputes

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