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We have a department that specialise in contested Wills and Probate matters and have many years experience in dealing with complex Wills, Probate and Inheritance dispute matters. Our contested Wills and Probate solicitors are available to speak to you now and offer free initial telephone consultations to all new clients. Contact us today to discuss your matter by either calling 020 7404 6565, use the enquiry form to the right of this page or email us details of your matter to email@example.com.
Contested Wills and Probate Claims
The death of a family member or partner can be very traumatic. The financial consequences can be devastating especially if you believe the Will to be invalid.
If this is the case, we can act on your behalf, challenging the Will or the distribution of the estate. We have a team of lawyers that specialise in contesting Wills and Probate matters and are on hand today to advise you on likely redress.
Every matter is different, which is why we offer all new clients a free initial consultation at our offices so we can fully understand your matter and offer the highest standard of advice possible. Our solicitors combine thoughtful and intelligent advice with a highly personable approach, providing each of our clients with a completely bespoke contested Wills and Probate service.
When and why can a Will be challenged?
Wills can be challenged for several reasons, including if it is unsigned, was not witnessed properly, the deceased lacked mental capacity when it was made, or if you have an issue with the provisions of it. We will take the time to understand your grievance, assess whether you have a case and then advise you on the appropriate course of action, keeping you up-to-date at every stage of the process.
What are the grounds for contesting a Will?
Our solicitors have many years experience in handling complex Wills and Probate matters and represent clients from across England and Wales who feel they have been treated unfairly and cut out of Wills in claims against the estate.
There are several grounds for contesting a Will, which include but are not limited to:
- The validity of the Will
- The deceased lacked mental capacity at the time it was signed
- The executors or trustees have acted improperly
- The solicitor that drafted the Will did so negligently
- The Will failed to adequately provide for family members and dependents of the deceased person
Why choose Seth Lovis & Co to help you with your contested Wills and Probate claim?
Our solicitors at Seth Lovis & Co are committed to providing the highest level of legal advice and client care to all clients.
- Specialist team of Wills and Probate dispute lawyers
- Many years of experience in dealing with contested Wills and Probate matter
- Flexible funding options
- Leading Legal 500 firm
- Central London location
- Free and no obligation initial consultations as standard
To discuss a new matter with one of our expert solicitors, please call us on 020 7404 6565, email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit an online enquiry using the form at the top of the page and a member of the team will contact you to discuss your matter.