Absence of knowledge and approval - contesting a will
Wills are only valid if the maker of the Will knew and approved the terms of the Will. This can be in dispute or contested for a number of reasons, but is frequently disputed where there were suspicious circumstances surrounding the making of the Will.
If someone close to you has recently passed away leaving a Will and you are concerned that there were suspicious circumstances relating to the making of the Will, you may be able to bring a claim contesting the will. For many families, contesting and challenging a will is the best option if they have suspicions concerning the making of the will.
If you would like to discuss this or any other matters that concern you about the Will or Estate of a person who has recently passed away or are considering whether to contest a will, then please call our contesting will experts on 020 8541 1181 or email us at email@example.com