If your loved one did not leave a will, and you feel as though you have been unfairly excluded from the estate or feel that you have not been properly provided for under a will then contesting the will or a loved one's estate may be your best option.
Probate is considered as contentious if there is any dispute about how a person's estate is administered after their death. Losing a loved one is always difficult and when there are issues with how their estate is being handled this can make it even harder. If you feel that a loved one's estate is not being managed properly, we can help you to resolve the dispute.
Our specialist team are experienced in resolving disputes, whether these are in relation to disagreements between beneficiaries, interpreting the will, executors who have mismanaged an estate, dealing with Inheritance Act details, disputes over the validity of the will, dealing with Caveats or liaising with the Probate Registry in respect of any disputes.
Contentious Probate The value of contentious probate lies in its ability to resolve disputes and ensure that a deceased person's estate is distributed in accordance with their wishes or the law. Call Premier Solicitors
We understand that it can be a daunting process to make a claim against the estate and / or challenge the validity of a will, especially after having recently lost a loved one however a person's inheritance is a significant thing, and it's important to know that it's being handled in a way that's fair to those inheriting and does not damage its value.
We act for individuals, beneficiaries, executors, administrators, trustees, charities, banks or anyone who feels that they have not been provided and can assist with;
Call today for a no obligation telephone consultation on 01234 358080 (option 2) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will get back to you.