In the case of an unexpected death you may be surprised at the way in which someone else claims they are entitled to something or they may not believe what it is that you say you are entitled to.
You may believe a will to be fraudulent. You may find that it has been altered at the last minute at a time when you are not sure whether the maker had the mental capacity to do so or was unduly influenced by another. Where are the assets now? Can provisions be made for family members or dependants? Does the executor or trustee have the power to do what they say they do? Has the will be properly drafted? We can help.
We will find you a barrister that can help you with a disputed will, explain the law and take your instruction on how best to proceed.