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Contesting a Will or Inheritance Dispute?


Our solicitors have specialist experience in dealing with all kinds of Inheritance Disputes. It is important to get expert advice in this highly specialised area of law. We have vast experience in both bringing and defending these claims, and offer expert advice on:

  • Challenging a Will due to lack of execution/invalidity;
  • Contesting a Will due to undue influence;
  • Disputing a Will due to lack of mental capacity;
  • Inheritance Act Claims/Unfairly left out of a Will;
  • Disputes between Executors and Beneficiaries;
  • Claims to remove an Executor or Trustee;
  • Trust disputes;
  • Disputes regarding Powers of Attorney;
  • Proprietary Estoppel and Constructive Trust claims.

Call 0345 163 2210 and speak with one of our Contentious Probate Solicitors regarding a Will or Inheritance Dispute or to find out more about contested Wills, Trusts and Estates.

Contest A Will

If you suspect a Will is invalid, for a number of reasons the Will can be challenged. A Will can be disputed under the following grounds.

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Trust Disputes

Claims and disputes relating to the administration or running of Trusts may relate to value of assets, feuding beneficiaries or...

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We are able to offer specialist legal and practical advice on how best to resolve all types of inheritance claims. As these claims invariably involve family members and relationships, we recognise the need to handle matters sensitively and thoughtfully and will tailor our approach accordingly.

It is important to look to resolve these disputes through co-operation, mediation or any other form of alternative dispute resolution where possible. If this is not possible, we will advise you regarding Court proceedings and will conduct those proceedings on your behalf.

Our Contentious Probate Solicitors are experienced in acting for those wishing to challenge or dispute a Will, who feel they have been unfairly left out of a Will or who have a dispute with a Beneficiary, Executor, Administrator or Trustee of an Estate. We will guide you through this complex area of law.