Willclaim Solicitors provide litigation services in relation to will disputes. They will always consider alternative arrangements to suit you if that is more appropriate. Willclaim Solicitors will act on your behalf where specialist assistance is needed to consider contesting a will or in relation to any will disputes and will claim. Alternatively these matters where a person intends to contest will are sometimes called probate claims. Willclaim Solicitors provide an excellent litigation service to assist in contesting a will, in relation to will disputes or a will claim. Will contests are typically brought on by family members from wealthy families who believe they were cheated out of their share of the inheritance of the assets involved. A legal battle may also erupt though when a family member believes the will was fraudulent or done under bad circumstances. Willclaim offers litigation service to Contest a Will. In any probate claim case where parties are contesting a will or bringing a will claim and probate claim, specialist litigation lawyers are required for Contesting Wills because a detailed knowledge of the contentious probate area is essential.
Contesting Will is a legal proceeding that challenges the validity of a will or its wording. To contest a will you need to make a case for one of the following in probate court; was the will maker mentally competent at the time they drafted or signed the will? Was the will maker pressured by someone to agree to the terms of the will? Does the will maker have another will or trust that would trump this one? Was the will properly witnessed or signed? Was the will maker tricked or fraudulently exploited? Did an outside party change the will? If you can answer yes to any of these questions then you have a legitimate reason to contest at will in probate court. Willclaim Solicitors offer free expert advice and ACTAPS qualified lawyers who can provide a no win no fee litigation service for all will claims. Contesting a Will generally focusses on the assertion that the testator lacked testamentary capacity, was operating under an insane delusion, or was subject to undue influence or fraud. A will may be challenged in its entirety, or only in part. Typically, standing to contest the validity of a will is limited to two classes of persons includes those who are named on the face of the will (i.e. any beneficiary) and those who would inherit from the testator if the will was invalid.