Do you need No Win No Fee help with a contentious probate matter?

We can put you in touch with the right contentious probate solicitor, who will help you challenge a will or contest probate on a No Win No Fee basis – you pay no upfront fees.

How much does contentious probate cost? Don’t be fooled by those organisations that only offer free initial advice for your contentious probate issue. We will source a specialist will dispute solicitor who will not ask for any upfront fees, will not charge you as the case progresses, and will conduct the whole of your case on a genuine No Win No Fee basis.

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How much do contentious probate proceedings cost?

C-PAID works with a panel of solicitors who are prepared to take on contentious probate cases on a No Win No Fee basis – you pay nothing upfront.
Contact us today – there are time limits involved in contentious probate.

We can help you with contentious probate if a loved one:

  • Has not provided you with what you expected to receive.
  • Has unfairly omitted to provide you with anything.
  • Has failed to provide you with something that was promised, or that you bargained for.
  • Has changed the Will despite agreeing that it would not be changed.
  • Was pressured into changing a Will.
  • Did not have the mental capacity to produce a Will.

We can also help:

  • If there is something wrong with the Will.
  • If the Executor won’t pay you your entitlement.
  • If the Will has been made, or has been changed, fraudulently.

How long do I have to challenge a will?

PLEASE NOTE. There may be a time limit to contest a will. If you do not bring your inheritance dispute claim within the appropriate time limit, you may not be able to bring your claim at all. The time limit to contest a will may be as little as 6 months, so don’t delay in contacting us.

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