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Contesting a Will (or Inheritance)

When someone you love and care about dies, the last thing on your mind is likely to be the financial implications. However, these will often become very important, whether this is to ensure that the wishes of the person who died are followed or to ensure that your inheritance does not end up in the wrong hands.

You may be dependant on or live with the person who has died.  If they did not leave a Will or did not include you in their Will then you may be able to make a claim for financial provision.

Lockings Solicitors can help you decide whether you need to:

  1. contest or challenge a will, so you receive your proper inheritance, or
  2. make a claim where there is no Will or you have been left out, or
  3. defend a will or your right to inherit – if it is being challenged by someone else.

We understand how upsetting it can be to challenge or face a challenge to a will when already struggling from the loss of someone you loved.

With will and family inheritance disputes it is important to act quickly because there are strict time limits.

We will explain what your options and what outcomes you may expect to achieve. At every step, we use plain English, not legal jargon.

Make the first step to get things sorted. Call us today for a Free Initial Chat on 01482 459229.

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Sarah Thomsen
Associate Director – Head of Civil Litigation

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