Inheritance, Wills & Probate
Inheritance, Wills & Probate Litigation
In the case of an unexpected death, family and friends are often left to find out whether their loved one had a Will. Even when one exists, its validity can be contested or an underlying family dispute may give rise to challenge the Will. Such issues are likely to result in litigation. Our experienced litigation team deals with these types of cases with tact and diplomacy to achieve the best result for you.
Areas of dispute can include:-
- Disputed Wills based on allegations of fraud, mental capacity and undue influence;
- Claims under the Inheritance, (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975;
- Disputes involving executors of trustees;
- Negligently drafted Wills and professional negligence claims;
- Disputed Power of Attorney;
- Disputes as to who should receive chattels/the personal belongings of the deceased.
Only a legally enforceable Will can ensure that the estate is distributed according to the deceased’s wishes. Andrew & Andrew Solicitors have 60 years of experience in dealing with such cases and we endeavour to amicably negotiate a settlement in the first instance without the need for formal litigation at Court. We will advise you every step of the way outlining the best possible solution.
We combine the skills of our experience litigators to ensure you obtain proper professional legal advice in relation to contentious probate, inheritance and disputed Wills. We invite you to contact Andrew & Andrew Solicitors to discuss your case under our initial, free consultation, no obligation scheme.We are there to answer all of your questions using plain English and will act in your best interest in all circumstances.
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