If you are wondering how to contest a Will then you may be considering engaging the services of Wills and Probate Solicitors. This can be a financially prohibitive endeavour and the risk of losing may well deter you from bringing a claim. Help is however available via experienced, professional Wills and Probate Solicitors to whom we can introduce you and who will work for you on a genuine no-win, no-fee basis ensuring that you will pay nothing at the outset of your claim, whilst it is progressing nor if you lose.
Call 0845 330 9253 or complete the form opposite to claim your inheritance with no financial risk.
A Will, or Last Will and Testament, can be defined as a legal declaration in which the person making the Will (the Testator) identifies one or more people to manage their estate and provides for the distribution of their estate following their death. A Will can also be used to create a Testamentary Trust that becomes effective following the death of the Testator.
Generally speaking, in order for a Will to be considered legally valid the following conditions must be met:
Probate is the legal process whereby a deceased person's estate is assessed and distributed. Who the beneficiaries of this distribution of the estate are will be determined by the Will, should one exist, or via the administration process should the deceased have died Intestate (without having left a valid Will).
The Probate process generally involves:
Following this, if the deceased left a valid Will, naming an Executor then this person, should they accept the position, will handle the distribution of the estate. In certain circumstances, the beneficiaries of the estate may be able to remove the appointed Executor if they feel that this person is incapable of properly fulfilling the duties required.
If the deceased did not leave a valid Will then an Administrator (usually the next of kin) will be appointed to handle the disbursal of the estate.
Wills and Probate Solicitors are legal practitioners who specialise in dealing with the legal matters in court relating to the disbursal of a deceased person's estate. In order to practice they must hold a Practising Certificate issued by the Law Society of England and Wales.
Probate law is a very complex subject comprising a plethora of legislation, previous case history and technical minutiae that one would need to be familiar with in order to confidently bring a contentious probate claim before the court. Thankfully, there are a number of experienced Wills and Probate Solicitors operating in the UK who are intricately knowledgable in the subject and are experienced in contesting unfair, invalid, fraudulent, lost or destroyed Wills. What's more, the services of professional Wills and Probate Solicitors are available to you via Going Legal on a genuine no win, no fee basis ensuring that you will pay nothing at the outset of your claim, whilst it is progressing nor if you lose.
Call 0845 330 9253 or complete the form opposite to claim your inheritance via experienced Wills and Probate Solicitors with no financial risk.
Going Legal has been established for in excess of 20 years. During this time we have successfully recovered many millions of pounds for our clients and unlike other organisations we welcome complex and difficult cases.
If you feel that you have sufficient grounds for contesting a Will and are an eligible person to do so, you may wish to speak to one of our Wills and Probate specialists who will guide you through the process and introduce you to an experienced Wills & Probate Solicitor who will work for you on a genuine No Win, No Fee basis ensuring that you will pay nothing at the outset of your claim, whilst it is progressing nor if you lose.