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Contesting Probate

What Happens When Someone Contests a Will?

In most circumstances, the last will and testament is the paramount document. It is the document that determines how an estate is divided and ensures the deceased wishes are carried out. However, this does not mean there are not instances where it can be contested. Though these situations are rare, they do occur. How Can […]

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Challenging A Will: 6 Key Questions

A will is a legally binding document through which an individual decides how they will divide their wealth and property after their death. However, if potential beneficiaries are unhappy with the result of a will, or believe that there has not been enough provision made for them, it is possible to challenge wills under specific […]

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Am I Entitled To Contest A Will?

If you are a disappointed beneficiary or believe that you have grounds to contest a will, then you may be considering who is entitled to contest probate. Contesting probate is extremely complicated, and you must ensure that you have sufficient grounds on which to base your claim. This guide will help any who believe a […]

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Settling a Trust Dispute: What To Do

Settling disputed trusts can be a complex process, and a distressing time if a disagreement has to be resolved between family members. To ensure that the process is as quick and straightforward as possible, it is important to be prepared for what to do in the event of a dispute and how you can manage […]

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What is Involved in Challenging a Will?

If you are a disappointed beneficiary, or you believe that you have grounds to contest a will, the results can be concerning and difficult to organise if you do not have the correct advice and knowledge behind you. However, this guide will enable you to understand the basics of challenging a will and what to […]

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A Mini Guide to Contesting Probate

Contesting a will can be a daunting and emotionally difficult time for all parties concerned. If you are displeased with the results of a will, you will want to contest probate. However, before you contest a will, there is a certain amount of information that you should know to ensure that you have the best […]

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