Grounds for contesting a Will
Grounds for contesting a will
It is often the case now that we are required to provide advice to clients as to whether they have grounds for contesting a will.
There are several ways in which an individual can contest a will, namely;
lack of testamentary capacity Lack of valid execution Lack of knowledge and approval Undue influence Fraudulent wills and forged wills and rectification and construction claims
In addition it is possible for a claim to be made under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act, 1975.
Clarkson Hirst Solicitors can help and assist if you need advice on any of these areas.
Calls today for an appointment on 0800 919 231 to speak to our specialist probate advice lawyer, Kerry Davies.
We have offices at Lancaster, Kendal and Barrow in Furness
Article written by Kerry Davies