Probate Disputes
Probate disputes – which include any claims following a death – are increasing in number but require specialist advice and representation, whether the deceased left a Will or died without making a Will.

We can assist you with a wide variety of claims, including the following:

  • Challenging the validity of a Will
  • Making a claim under the Inheritance Act 1975
  • Pursuing Fatal Accident claims
  • Claiming against professional advisors
  • Claiming against personal representatives
  • Pre-death issues
  • Death and burial disputes

Examples of circumstances where you may have a claim:

  • You were financially supported by the deceased prior to their death, but received nothing from their estate
  • You believe the Will left by the deceased is suspicious
  • Part of the deceased’s estate was spent by someone other than the
    deceased prior to their death, reducing its value to you as a beneficiary
  • You are an executor but are in dispute over the actions of other executors (e.g. they are administering the estate inappropriately)

The above are examples of when a probate claim may be made, but the scenarios are varied.

If in doubt seek early advice. Contact us today and speak to our specialist solicitor, who will provide an estimate of our fees. In appropriate cases we will act for you on a no-win, no-fee basis.

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