Complete the short form opposite and claim your inheritance by contesting a Will without any financial risk.
If you feel that a Will in which you are a beneficiary (or are not, but feel you should have inherited) is unfair, legally invalid, fraudulent, or has been lost or destroyed, we can help you claim your inheritance by introducing you to an experienced Probate Solicitor who will act for you on a genuine no-win, no-fee basis. We can also assist you in circumstances where a relative did not make a Will prior to their death, you were promised an inheritance but have been bequeathed nothing or insufficient or the amount you have been left is unfair or unjust.
Going Legal has been established for over 20 years, during which time we have been successful in recovering many millions of pounds for our clients. Unlike other firms we welcome complex and difficult contested probate cases and fight for your inheritance on a genuine No-Win, No-Fee basis.
There are a wide variety of reasons that a Will may be challenged. Amongst the most common grounds for doing so are:
For more information please see: Common grounds for contesting a Will.
Should any of the above scenarios match your current situation, you may wish to speak to one of our specialists who will guide you through the process of contesting a Will and introduce you to an experienced Probate Solicitor who will work for you on a genuine No-Win, No-Fee basis.
Call 0845 330 9257 to claim your inheritance with no financial risk (pay nothing if you lose) or complete the form opposite and we'll call you.
When inheritance disputes arise following the execution of a Will or in situations where the deceased died intestate (i.e. without having made a Will), the law provides contentious probate rules allowing people to contest probate. Probate related legal intricacies mean that many people prefer to engage the services of a Wills and probate solicitor, but doing so can come with a high price tag unless your Probate solicitor works for you on a no win no fee basis.
For more information please see: How to Contest a Will.