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Contesting a Will

Contesting a Will

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy, and when a will becomes a source of conflict, it can make an emotional time all that more difficult.

If you suspect a loved one’s will does not accurately reflect their true wishes, you may have grounds to contest. What this means, is that you do not agree with its contents, and you would like to challenge the validity of the document.

Where you have concerns about the contents of a will, and are considering contesting it, it is important you gain a detailed understanding of what this means, what to expect, and how this action should be approached.

Luckily, we are here to help. This comprehensive guide will cover everything you need to know, including the legal grounds for contesting a will, who is eligible to do so, when a will can be contested, how you can go about challenging a will, and much more.

How can we help you?

Call us today on 01323 644222 to get the specialist help you need.