When should you challenge a will?

Paul Wood (C-PAID)
Dec 20, 2018 · 5 min read
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This simple question can raise serious controversy. Those who benefit substantially from a Will can naturally be expected to resist any suggestion that the Will should be interfered with at all. Those who receive nothing but are in financial need view these issues from the opposite point of view.

So, when should a Will be challenged?

Arguably, there are a number of scenarios when it might be fair and proper to seek to challenge the will.

The malicious will

The stale will

The broken promise

The underprivileged relative

The invalid will

Questioning the status of a beneficiary

Seek professional assistance

If you find yourself questioning whether you should challenge a will, seek the advice of a specialist.

C-PAID’s details

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Advice and info about challenging wills and inheritance disputes with No Win No Fee help available.

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Do you need help contesting a will on a No Win No Fee basis? We can put you in touch with the right will dispute solicitor, who will help you challenge a will or contest probate on a No Win No Fee basis — you pay no upfront fees.

Paul Wood (C-PAID)

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Do you need help contesting a will on a No Win No Fee basis? We can put you in touch with the right will dispute solicitor, who will help you challenge a will or contest probate on a No Win No Fee basis — you pay no upfront fees.