Our dispute resolution solicitors can help, support and guide you through;
- Contesting a Will – A will can be contested if the deceased did not have the required mental capacity, they did not understand the will’s content, they were under undue influence, it can be proved that the will has been forged, or it is believed that the will does not give a true reflection of the deceased’s wishes due to a clerical error
- Lost Wills
- Professional Negligence – if incorrect advice regarding a Will has been received or it has not been drawn up correctly
- Trust disputes – this includes the removal of a trustee, disputes over the administration of the trust, and claims against executors or trustees
- Inheritance Act claims – The Inheritance Act 1975 enables a court to re-write a will in order to make reasonable provision for a spouse or other family members or dependants
- Contentious probate – a dispute that relates to the administration of a deceased person’s estate. This could be a disagreement over the value of the assets in the estate, a dispute between the executors or beneficiaries, or a differences in how the Will can be interpreted
We understand that when it comes to will and estate disputes, we are dealing with families, relatives, and loved ones. We will support and guide you through the process without any of the legal jargon. Our experienced solicitors will listen to you and work with you to achieve the best possible result whether that be through the courts, mediation etc. We will find the best and most cost-effective solution for you.
About our Litigation team
We have been helping to resolve our clients’ disputes for many years. If you have a will and estate dispute, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team either by completing our enquiry form or by calling us on 020 8771 5254. We can assist you with any concerns you have regarding your dispute, and we can also give you advice on pre-emptive steps that can be taken to minimise the likelihood of disputes arising.