After someone dies, dealing with the estate is time consuming even when everything goes to plan. It’s much worse, however, when something goes wrong.

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Enquiries

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We can help with 3 types of dispute:

  1. Where the Will might not be valid – this can arise, for example, when it wasn't properly signed or witnessed, or where it is not clear whether the deceased was of sound mind when the Will was made;
  2. Where the Will was poorly drafted and doesn’t make the provision the deceased wanted – if drafted by a solicitor or "will writer", we can help with a claim for professional negligence;
  3. Where the Will (or the intestacy) does not make adequate provision for a spouse, civil partner or other dependants. The Courts can make reasonable provision for people who were left out of the Will or didn't receive enough under the Will or intestacy in certain circumstances, under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.

If you're an executor of an estate and think there may be a dispute about the validity of the Will, or you were expecting to receive more on the death of a loved one, please call us

If you would like to know more, please call

Beth King 020 8313 1300 020 8313 1300

Or email beth.king@marsons.co.uk

“Today is my last day at work and before I go home to more packing I just wanted to say a huge thank you for your assistance in my sale and purchase.

I have dealt  with solicitors in the past and I have been so impressed with the service you have supplied.  My calls were always answered, documents sent out promptly and you always answered my frantic queries and put my mind at ease.

I would not hesitate in recommending your services and once again cannot thank you enough.”