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Dispute Resolution Solicitors

Dispute Resolution Solicitors

Contesting A Will & Contentious Probate

When a loved one passes away, any family tensions and bad feeling are likely to surface.

Disputes can often occur about how things should be done and what was really meant by any instructions your loved one left behind. If a valid Will was not left, there are more likely to be arguments and problems over the distribution of money and possessions.

Even if a Will was left, there may be conflict over the actions of executors, or anger that a dependant has been omitted from the beneficiaries of the estate.

At this particularly difficult and sensitive time it is important to get expert legal advice at the outset, so that you understand your legal rights and any grounds you may have to take civil action.

How we can help

Our expert solicitors can help you make an informed decision about whether there is a valid case for you to pursue and the likely chances of any claim succeeding.

Prompt intervention may be able to bring a swift end to any animosity before relationships are damaged irrevocably.

Whatever the issue, our team at Else Solicitors can guide you through the complex area of the law around inheritance, Wills and probate. We will give you straight forward, jargon-free, practical advice and support you in making the decision about whether to pursue any claim.

Remember that Else Solicitors can also help and advise you in the preparation of Wills, and Lasting Powers of Attorney, so that your loved ones are adequately provided for and there is little or no scope for family disputes to break out following your death.

For more detailed legal advice on how we can help, please contact the civil litigation team, alternatively you can send us a message and one of our specialist litigation solicitors will be in touch.

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