Contesting a will | Solicitors 

How to contest/dispute a will 

Inheritance claims are far broader than simply contesting or disputing a will because inheritance laws give a variety of options depending on the different situations that people find themselves in.

For example, people who want to contest a will often tell us:

  • I wasn’t mentioned in the will
  • Deceased died without having a will
  • I think the will was invalid
  • I think there are mistakes in the will
  • The solicitor that wrote the will was negligent
  • I think the person administering the will is not doing their job properly.

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Andrew Milburn


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Andrew is Head of Wills, Probate and Trusts and has experience in a wide range of areas of private client work. Andrew is a Dementia Friend, a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) as well as Solicitors for the Elderly.

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