Contentious Wills, Trusts and Probate
Our experienced Will dispute solicitors can help you find practical solutions to Will, Inheritance and Probate disputes.
We realise how painful it may be when the terms of a Will do not work out as planned, or when there are issues between individuals who will inherit and those in charge of administering the estate or managing the assets.
At Farnfields we are client focused, and have a team of dedicated Will dispute solicitors with a wealth of experience in resolving disputes. The team prides itself on quickly getting to grips with the issues involved and finding practical solutions by focusing on what the clients need.
Disputes involving wills and probate and other family members can be particularly upsetting and difficult. Our experienced and dedicated wills and probate disputes lawyers, can help take away the stress of the situation by providing thorough, logical and cost effective advice and will guide you to reach an appropriate agreement as quickly as possible.
It is not always easy to anticipate which course a dispute will take. We will discuss your options with you at each stage and will keep you regularly updated on your costs throughout. It is not always necessary to take court proceedings and we will explore with you alternative dispute resolution if that is possible. We advise executors, trustees, personal representatives, charities, deputies, beneficiaries, creditors, carers and vulnerable adults in these matters.
Our Wills and Probate Disputes and Litigation team can help you with:
• Wills and Probate Disputes
• Challenging the validity of a will
• Disputes about legacies
• Challenges to lifetime gifts
• Interpretation of Wills and Trust documents
• Disputes between executors, beneficiaries or trustees
• Claims for financial provision against an estate
• Court of Protection applications (Mental Capacity)
Please do contact us to discuss your situation. We would be happy to advise and discuss your options.
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