Unfortunately when a loved one dies a dispute can arise as to either the Will or what happens to the Estate.
Disputes arise as to whether a Will has been property drawn up, is defective or has been made as a result of the undue influence of a third party. In these cases contesting a will is the way to resolve the situation.
Sometimes a relative or person who has been maintained by the deceased has not been left any monies under the terms of the deceased’s Will or where there is no Will under the rules of Intestacy.
At Rubin Lewis O’Brien we have considerable experience in these types of claims and are able to guide you through the process of contesting a Will or making a claim for provision against the deceased’s Estate. We will advise you as to how to contest a Will and the grounds, time limits, funding the claim and how any case would proceed and advise as to what the best possible outcome is likely to be.
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