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Welcome to Dispute A Will


We are a team of accredited specialists dealing with Contested Estates (also known as Contested Probate) and Inheritance Act claims. Contested probate generally involves claims which assert that a Will is not valid. Inheritance Act claims are claims for increased financial provision out of an estate. Dispute a Will are specialists in both the bringing and defending of claims of this nature.

When a claim is brought against an estate it will often become a dispute between family members and/or other competing beneficiaries. This adds to your burden at an already difficult time. Our aim is therefore to support you in an effort to make the claim process as straightforward as possible.

We practise solely in this area of law and understand our clients’ needs. Our approach is tailored to each client, who will receive a personalised service, dealing with the same specialists throughout the matter.

If you believe that the validity or administration of a Will is in question, please go to our Will Dispute Claim page.

If you believe that insufficient or no provision has been made for you in the Will or within the rules of Intestacy (if there is no will) please go to the Inheritance Act Claim page.

Financial Provision Claim


If you have been dependent on a person that has died and no provision or insufficient provision has been made for you in the Will or within the rules of intestacy (if there is no Will), you may be eligible to make a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 for reasonable provision.

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Estate Administration Claim


The individuals who deal with the administration of an estate are under a legal obligation to:

  • Collect and safeguard the assets of an estate;

  • Pay the debts of the deceased; and

  • Distribute the estate to the beneficiaries correctly entitled either under a valid will or on intestacy

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Will Dispute Claim



Over the last few years Will disputes have become increasingly common. A dispute about a Will often arises because someone believes they have either been unfairly left out of a Will or that a Will does not reflect a person’s true intentions. Often this might be because the Will has been written late in a person’s life and at a time when they may have lacked the mental capacity to do so.

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Negligent Will Drafting


In preparing a Will, all professionals (whether a solicitor or Will drafter) owe a duty of care, not only to the person who is making the Will, but also to the intended beneficiaries under the Will.

If an intended beneficiary under a Will is deprived of their benefit then they may be entitled to bring a claim in negligence against the solicitor or Will drafter concerned.

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For further advice and help please do contact Dispute A Will 0800 9752166 or email vie the contact page

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