Do you need help contesting a will on a No Win No Fee basis?

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

Don’t be fooled by those organisations that only offer free initial advice for your inheritance dispute. 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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Which reasons are valid for contesting a will?

The main reasons for contesting a will are:

  • Lack of testamentary capacity (the mental capacity needed to make a valid will)
  • Lack of due execution (a failure to meet the necessary formalities i.e. for the will to be in writing, signed and witnessed correctly)
  • Lack of knowledge and approval of the will (i.e. not knowing the meaning or content of the will)
  • Undue influence or duress (pressure put on a person to make or change a will)
  • Fraud or forgery (i.e. faking a signature or making unauthorised changes to a will)
  • Rectification and construction (i.e. if a will is ambiguous, unclear or does not carry out a person’s intentions or wishes)

We can help you with contesting a will 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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