People choose to challenge Wills, Trusts or Estates for several reasons. Usually, it is because of concerns about the Will’s validity or fears that the executor has acted negligently or fraudulently. It can also occur when someone hasn’t been named as a beneficiary or if someone feels they’ve not been provided for adequately.
When resolving a dispute around Wills or Probate, you’ll need to appoint an executor, also known as an administrator. They’ll help you make a deal that suits all parties involved as amicably as possible.
Will & Estate Litigation Lawyers
At Gibson & Associates LLP, we understand that going through probate litigation can be both upsetting and stressful. At a time of sadness, professional help with challenging or defending Wills and Probate can make a huge a difference.
Our experienced and empathetic lawyers will aim to provide you with a sense of calm during what can be a chaotic time.
We’ll suggest what action you can take, make sure that you’re aware of your rights, and give an honest opinion about whether or not litigation is an option. We’ll also give you an insight into the chances of success.
Whether you’re challenging or defending a claim*, we can help. Talk to our probate litigation team today.