Our team of Contentious Probate Solicitors includes Litigation Solicitors who are Registered Contentious Trust & Probate specialists.For expert legal advice on how to contest a Will, call Slater and Gordon Lawyers on freephone can help you with disputing or contesting a Will, and can provide immediate legal representation anywhere in England & Wales.See if your problem fits within any of these categories.We find the most common grounds to dispute a will are: If you feel that one of these reasons apply to your case and are interested in challenging a will, then you should speak to one of our specialists without delay.When someone dies the last thing you would want is for there to be a squabble over their estate.But with property values being high, and estate values increasing we are finding that more and more often families or other parties are claiming they are entitled to an interest.SAVVY TIP: In England and Wales, the Act that the challenge comes under is the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.
The situations in which someone can challenge a will aren’t always straightforward.
Whether you wish to contest a Will or find yourself on the receiving end of a claim, the whole process of disputing a will can be very time consuming and emotionally difficult.
By contesting a Will through Disputing Wills we can guide you through this complex area of law and advise you on how to contest a will.
A will may be challenged in its entirety or in part.
Only a very few wills are contested: their success rate is less than 1%.