Dealing with the loss of a family member or someone close to you is never easy. Unfortunately, the situation can also be made worst by a sudden dispute involving their Will or Estate.

It’s possible to dispute a Will if there is a legal basis for doing so, and our expert team are on hand to assist you. If you’ve been left out of a Will, have suspicions about a Will, or think the Will may not be correct then you may be able to challenge it. Equally, If you have been unfairly disinherited, have missed out because someone died without making a Will, or question the mental capacity of the Testator, then you may have a claim.

The grounds for contesting a Will are strict, so it’s also worth looking into whether you might have an inheritance claim or another reason to launch a challenge. Equally, if you are the person (the ‘Executor’) in charge of an estate and someone is taking issue with the Will or with the estate administration process, then it’s important to get advice as soon as you can.

Deciding whether to contest a Will is a big decision especially if it could put you at odds with other family members, but our team are on hand to help guide and support you through the process.

Meet the Team

Our Team specialise in a number of different areas. These are members of our team who specialise in this area. To see how we can help you, please give a team member a call, or alternatively, you can email a member of the team and we’ll get back to you as soon as is possible.

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Kyle Cooper LLB (Hons), LLM


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