Contesting a will
After the death of a loved one, no one wants to be faced with the prospect of contesting a Will on top of everything else you have to deal with.
If you have a case to do so, it is vital that you act as quickly as possible. Failure to do so could lower your chances of success due to the strict time limits in relation to inheritance claims.
Grounds to contest a Will include:
- The Will is in invalid
- The person was not of sound mind when it was made
- You believe that person was forced into making the Will
- You were financially dependent on the deceased but were subsequently overlooked in the Will