Losing a loved one is often a difficult experience which can be made worse for all concerned if a dispute about a Will arises. Our team can help you with challenging a Will Inheritance (Family & Dependents) Inheritance Act 1975 claims issuing a Caveat removing an Executor removing an Administrator Trust disputes
We are the Contested Probate specialists at Enoch Evans LLP, a well-respected law firm with clients throughout the UK and a strong local presence in the West Midlands. We can help guide you through the legal difficulties and provide you with clear, realistic and reassuring advice.
As lawyers we have experience in dealing with complex Will disputes between families, friends and charities. We understand that every situation is different, and that Will disputes can happen for many reasons. We aim to deliver a simple to understand and stress-free service. We appreciate that settling disputes whilst parties are grieving can be a sensitive process and our aim is to ensure the best outcome for you at a fraught time.
No two Will disputes are the same. Sometimes you may have concerns about the way the Will has been written or you feel that a Will doesn’t fulfil the wishes of the loved one that has passed away. On other occasions a breakdown in communication can halt the administration of an Estate. We aim to make this area of law as simple as possible for you, and help you overcome any problems you may face.
We are able to assist with all kinds of Will disputes and other claims involving the administration of an estate, property and trusts. This also includes dealing with less common matters, such as:
– Statutory Wills;
– claims before the Court of Protection; and
– professional negligence arising out of the incorrect preparation of a Will.
Please do not hesitate to contact us on our dedicated email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Legal disputes take many forms and are an increasingly unavoidable risk of modern life. Our Civil Litigation specialists can offer assistance with a wide range of legal difficulties. Visit the department