Lack of Testamentary intention - contesting a will
For a document to operate as a Will, the person who made the document must have genuinely intended for it to operate as a Will. This is known as having testamentary intention.
If someone close to you has recently passed away and you are concerned that the document put forward as his or her Will was not in fact intended to be a Will, you may be able to bring a contentious probate claim disputing 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, then please call us on 020 8541 1181 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org