Challenge A Will


Challenge A Will


Challenge A Will

  • 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?

START YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

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Our team of expert solicitors specialise in challenging wills and have years of experience in assisting clients who wish to challenge a will.
  • 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?

START YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

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Our team of expert solicitors specialise in challenging wills and have years of experience in assisting clients who wish to challenge a will.
  • 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?

START YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

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Our team of expert solicitors specialise in challenging wills and have years of experience in assisting clients who wish to challenge a will.
  • 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?

START YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

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Our team of expert solicitors specialise in challenging wills and have years of experience in assisting clients who wish to challenge a will.
You can challenge a will if...
The will maker was compelled to produce a will in terms that he or she did not truly desire
The will maker was not aware of the true content of the document that he or she signed
The will maker lacked the mental capacity to make a will
The will itself was not properly signed or witnessed
There are reasons to suspect that the will has been changed or forged
You may also challenge a will if you need reasonable financial provision from the estate and you are eligible to bring an Inheritance Act claim
You can challenge a will if...
The will maker was compelled to produce a will in terms that he or she did not truly desire
The will maker was not aware of the true content of the document that he or she signed
The will maker lacked the mental capacity to make a will
The will itself was not properly signed or witnessed
There are reasons to suspect that the will has been changed or forged
You may also challenge a will if you need reasonable financial provision from the estate and you are eligible to bring an Inheritance Act claim
You can challenge a will if...
The will maker was compelled to produce a will in terms that he or she did not truly desire
The will maker was not aware of the true content of the document that he or she signed
The will maker lacked the mental capacity to make a will
The will itself was not properly signed or witnessed
There are reasons to suspect that the will has been changed or forged
You may also challenge a will if you need reasonable financial provision from the estate and you are eligible to bring an Inheritance Act claim
You can challenge a will if...
The will maker was compelled to produce a will in terms that he or she did not truly desire
The will maker was not aware of the true content of the document that he or she signed
The will maker lacked the mental capacity to make a will
The will itself was not properly signed or witnessed
There are reasons to suspect that the will has been changed or forged
You may also challenge a will if you need reasonable financial provision from the estate and you are eligible to bring an Inheritance Act claim

No Win No Fee agreement

People are often worried about the cost of challenging a will. If your case has good prospects, we will be prepared to consider challenging a will in your claim on a No Win No Fee basis.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

No Win No Fee agreement

People are often worried about the cost of challenging a will. If your case has good prospects, we will be prepared to consider challenging a will in your claim on a No Win No Fee basis.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

No Win No Fee agreement

People are often worried about the cost of challenging a will. If your case has good prospects, we will be prepared to consider challenging a will in your claim on a No Win No Fee basis.
  • FREE CONSULTATION
How to challenge a Will.
Challenging a will usually involves either seeking to prove that the will is not a valid, or else pursuing a claim for reasonable financial provision to be made from the estate.
How long do I have to challenge a will?

The timescale within which you should start the process of challenging 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 challenge 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.

Challenging the executor of a will.
Do Not Delay.
Call or contact us online to see if our specialist in challenging Wills can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547

The executor of a will can be challenged if he or she has acted in breach of their duties to the estate, or is failing to administer the estate properly, or else’s unsuitable to be in executor. This kind of challenge can be brought by other executors of the estate, or by its beneficiaries.

How to challenge a Will.
Challenging a will usually involves either seeking to prove that the will is not a valid, or else pursuing a claim for reasonable financial provision to be made from the estate.
How long do I have to challenge a will?

The timescale within which you should start the process of challenging 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 challenge 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 specialist in challenging Wills can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547
Challenging the executor of a will.

The executor of a will can be challenged if he or she has acted in breach of their duties to the estate, or is failing to administer the estate properly, or else’s unsuitable to be in executor. This kind of challenge can be brought by other executors of the estate, or by its beneficiaries.

How to challenge a Will.
Challenging a will usually involves either seeking to prove that the will is not a valid, or else pursuing a claim for reasonable financial provision to be made from the estate.
How long do I have to challenge a will?

The timescale within which you should start the process of challenging 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 challenge 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.

Challenging the executor of a will.

The executor of a will can be challenged if he or she has acted in breach of their duties to the estate, or is failing to administer the estate properly, or else’s unsuitable to be in executor. This kind of challenge can be brought by other executors of the estate, or by its beneficiaries.

Do Not Delay.
Call or contact us online to see if our specialist in challenging Wills can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547
How to challenge a Will
Challenging a will usually involves either seeking to prove that the will is not a valid, or else pursuing a claim for reasonable financial provision to be made from the estate.
How long do I have to challenge a will?

The timescale within which you should start the process of challenging 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 challenge 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.

Challenging the executor of a will.

The executor of a will can be challenged if he or she has acted in breach of their duties to the estate, or is failing to administer the estate properly, or else’s unsuitable to be in executor. This kind of challenge can be brought by other executors of the estate, or by its beneficiaries.

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

Reasons to instruct us to help you with challenging a will
Our team of specialist solicitors have many years of experience in challenging wills. We have an excellent track record, settling contested wills cases for more than 95% of our clients. We offer an efficient and compassionate service and understand the needs of those who need to challenge the will of a loved one.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

Reasons to instruct us to help you with challenging a will
Our team of specialist solicitors have many years of experience in challenging wills. We have an excellent track record, settling contested wills cases for more than 95% of our clients. We offer an efficient and compassionate service and understand the needs of those who need to challenge the will of a loved one.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

Reasons to instruct us to help you with challenging a will
Our team of specialist solicitors have many years of experience in challenging wills. We have an excellent track record, settling contested wills cases for more than 95% of our clients. We offer an efficient and compassionate service and understand the needs of those who need to challenge the will of a loved one.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

Reasons to instruct us to help you with challenging a will
Our team of specialist solicitors have many years of experience in challenging wills. We have an excellent track record, settling contested wills cases for more than 95% of our clients. We offer an efficient and compassionate service and understand the needs of those who need to challenge the will of a loved one.
  • FREE CONSULTATION