Do you need to challenge a will or contest a probate?
Our dedicated team of specialists can assist you to contest a will, challenge an estate or deal with an inheritance problem.

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Do you need to challenge a will or contest a probate?
Our dedicated team of specialists can assist you to contest a will, challenge an estate or deal with an inheritance problem.

START YOUR FREE CONSULTATION


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Do you need to challenge a will or contest a probate?
Our dedicated team of specialists can assist you to contest a will, challenge an estate or deal with an inheritance problem.

START YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

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Do you need to challenge a will or contest a probate?
Our dedicated team of specialists can assist you to contest a will, challenge an estate or deal with an inheritance problem.

FREE CONSULTATION

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Do you need to challenge a will or contest a probate?

Our dedicated team of specialists can assist you to contest a will, challenge an estate or deal with an inheritance problem.
  • FREE CONSULTATION
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Do you need to challenge a will
or contest a probate?

Our dedicated team of specialists can assist you to contest a will, challenge an estate or deal with an inheritance problem.
  • FREE CONSULTATION
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Do you need to challenge a will
or contest a probate?

Our dedicated team of specialists can assist you to contest a will, challenge an estate or deal with an inheritance problem.
  • FREE CONSULTATION
FREE CONSULTATION

Do you need to challenge a will or contest a probate?

Our dedicated team of specialists can assist you to contest a will, challenge an estate or deal with an inheritance problem.
  • FREE CONSULTATION
We could assist on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Challenge the validity of a Will.
Secure your entitlement.
Enforce a promise to be provided for.
Assist with a provision for maintenance.
We could assist on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Challenge the validity of a Will.
Secure your entitlement.
Enforce a promise to be provided for.
Assist with a provision for maintenance.
We could assist on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Challenge the validity of a Will.
Secure your entitlement.
Enforce a promise to be provided for.
Assist with a provision for maintenance.

Our specialist contesting Wills team have years of experience in challenging wills and can assist you with your claim.

  • Does a loved one’s will fail to make the provision for you that you were expecting?
  • Do you think that there is something wrong with the will?
  • Are you suspicious about the way in which the will may have been made?
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Our specialist contesting Wills team have years of experience in challenging wills and can assist you with your claim.

  • Does a loved one’s will fail to make the provision for you that you were expecting?
  • Do you think that there is something wrong with the will?
  • Are you suspicious about the way in which the will may have been made?
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Our specialist contesting Wills team have years of experience in challenging wills and can assist you with your claim.

  • Does a loved one’s will fail to make the provision for you that you were expecting?
  • Do you think that there is something wrong with the will?
  • Are you suspicious about the way in which the will may have been made?
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Our specialist contesting Wills team have years of experience in challenging wills and can assist you with your claim.

  • Does a loved one’s will fail to make the provision for you that you were expecting?
  • Do you think that there is something wrong with the will?
  • Are you suspicious about the way in which the will may have been made?
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We have helped clients to remove obstacles to receiving their rightful provision, to enforce the terms of a Will, or to remove caveats and secure grants of probate when others are trying to prevent it.
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We have helped clients to remove obstacles to receiving their rightful provision, to enforce the terms of a Will, or to remove caveats and secure grants of probate when others are trying to prevent it.
FREE CONSULTATION
  • FREE CONSULTATION
We have helped clients to remove obstacles to receiving their rightful provision, to enforce the terms of a Will, or to remove caveats and secure grants of probate when others are trying to prevent it.
FREE CONSULTATION
  • FREE CONSULTATION
Our expert solicitors have assisted
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The nephews and nieces of a deceased person to receive equal shares of the deceased’s estate (that were promised to them in the penultimate will) in circumstances where the last Will was made after the deceased had been admitted to a nursing home due to suffering from severe Alzheimer’s.
The grandchild of a deceased person to receive full provision from his estate (as was promised in the penultimate will) in circumstances where the deceased person was suffering from dementia, had forgotten that his relationship with a former partner had irretrievably broken down, and had subsequently made a will to favour that person.
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Previous beneficiaries under the terms of the penultimate will to share in the estate when the will makers condition was such that she had “forgotten about them” and did not recognise them when she made her last will.
Our expert solicitors have assisted
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The nephews and nieces of a deceased person to receive equal shares of the deceased’s estate (that were promised to them in the penultimate will) in circumstances where the last Will was made after the deceased had been admitted to a nursing home due to suffering from severe Alzheimer’s.
The grandchild of a deceased person to receive full provision from his estate (as was promised in the penultimate will) in circumstances where the deceased person was suffering from dementia, had forgotten that his relationship with a former partner had irretrievably broken down, and had subsequently made a will to favour that person.
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Previous beneficiaries under the terms of the penultimate will to share in the estate when the will makers condition was such that she had “forgotten about them” and did not recognise them when she made her last will.
Our expert solicitors have assisted
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The nephews and nieces of a deceased person to receive equal shares of the deceased’s estate (that were promised to them in the penultimate will) in circumstances where the last Will was made after the deceased had been admitted to a nursing home due to suffering from severe Alzheimer’s.
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The grandchild of a deceased person to receive full provision from his estate (as was promised in the penultimate will) in circumstances where the deceased person was suffering from dementia, had forgotten that his relationship with a former partner had irretrievably broken down, and had subsequently made a will to favour that person.
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Previous beneficiaries under the terms of the penultimate will to share in the estate when the will makers condition was such that she had “forgotten about them” and did not recognise them when she made her last will.
Our expert solicitors have assisted
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The nephews and nieces of a deceased person to receive equal shares of the deceased’s estate (that were promised to them in the penultimate will) in circumstances where the last Will was made after the deceased had been admitted to a nursing home due to suffering from severe Alzheimer’s.
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The grandchild of a deceased person to receive full provision from his estate (as was promised in the penultimate will) in circumstances where the deceased person was suffering from dementia, had forgotten that his relationship with a former partner had irretrievably broken down, and had subsequently made a will to favour that person.
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Previous beneficiaries under the terms of the penultimate will to share in the estate when the will makers condition was such that she had “forgotten about them” and did not recognise them when she made her last will.
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How long do I have to contest a will?

The timescale within which you should start the process of contesting the will varies depending upon the type of case you need to bring.

The timescale could be as little as 6 months from the date that probate is granted, so if you have reasons to contest a will it is important to bring your case as quickly as possible.

Further, your claim might be frustrated if you leave it too late because the assets in the estate may be distributed before you take action, which might prevent you from ever recovering your entitlement from the estate.

Do Not Delay.
Call or contact us online to see if our specialists in contesting Wills can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547
How long do I have to dispute a will?

The timescale within which you should start the process of contesting the will varies depending upon the type of case you need to bring.

The timescale could be as little as 6 months from the date that probate is granted, so if you have reasons to contest a will it is important to bring your case as quickly as possible.

Further, your claim might be frustrated if you leave it too late because the assets in the estate may be distributed before you take action, which might prevent you from ever recovering your entitlement from the estate.

Do Not Delay.
Call or contact us online to see if our specialists in contesting Wills can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547
How long do I have to dispute a will?

The timescale within which you should start the process of contesting the will varies depending upon the type of case you need to bring.

The timescale could be as little as 6 months from the date that probate is granted, so if you have reasons to contest a will it is important to bring your case as quickly as possible.

Further, your claim might be frustrated if you leave it too late because the assets in the estate may be distributed before you take action, which might prevent you from ever recovering your entitlement from the estate.

Do Not Delay.
Call or contact us online to see if our specialists in contesting Wills can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547
How long do I have to contest a will?

The timescale within which you should dispute a will varies depending upon the type of case you need to bring.

The timescale could be as little as 6 months from the date that probate is granted, so if you have reasons to dispute a will it is important to bring your case as quickly as possible.

Further, your claim might be frustrated if you leave it too late because the assets in the estate may be distributed before you take action, which might prevent you from ever recovering your entitlement from the estate.

Do Not Delay.
Call or contact us online to see if our specialists in contesting Wills can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547

Contact our specialist team today
If you need assistance, now is the time to act. In many cases, time limits with as little as 6 months might apply, so it is important to move quickly.
FREE CONSULTATION
  • FREE CONSULTATION

Contact our specialist team today
If you need assistance, now is the time to act. In many cases, time limits with as little as 6 months might apply, so it is important to move quickly.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

Contact our specialist team today
If you need assistance, now is the time to act. In many cases, time limits with as little as 6 months might apply, so it is important to move quickly.
FREE CONSULTATION
  • FREE CONSULTATION

Contact our specialist team today
If you need assistance, now is the time to act. In many cases, time limits with as little as 6 months might apply, so it is important to move quickly.
  • FREE CONSULTATION
FREE CONSULTATION