Inheritance Claims / Contested Probate

It is always a distressing time when a loved one dies.  This is especially so if you discover that your loved one did not make proper provision for you in his/her Will, or died without making a Will in circumstances where the laws of intestacy do not benefit you.

If your loved one did not make the provision for you that you had expected, or even if you are merely worried about these issues, contact us now.  We may be able put your mind at ease.

We specialise in bringing claims on behalf of loved ones for reasonable financial provision.  We can also assist if you fear that your loved one may not have understood what he/she was doing when completing a Will, or may have been unduly influenced by another.

Act now!  Time limits may apply.  A claim for reasonable financial provision from a loved ones’ Estate must usually be made within 6 months of Probate being granted.  Don’t leave it until it is too late.

Contact us by telephone on 0161 834 2623 or leave your details below and we will call you back.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can make an Inheritance Claim?
When should I make a claim for reasonable financial provision?
What if the Deceased did not make a Will?
What if I think the Deceased was influenced to make provisions against his wishes?
How do I fund a case like this?
Will I have to go to court?
What is Probate?

If you need any advice or assistance with any of these issues, call us on 0161 834 2623.