Who can contest a Will?
To be entitled to contest a Will you must have an “interest” in the deceased estate. Therefore, any person who is mentioned in the deceased’s previous Wills or if there is no Will, then a beneficiary under intestacy.
Time is of the essence
If you wish to challenge the validity of a Will it is important that you act promptly and do so before a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration has been granted. It’s also vital that you are supported by expert legal guidance while you are contesting a Will.
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