Reasons why a Will might be contested – quick guide - Blog
Reasons Why A Will Might Be Contested – Quick Guide Blog
As solicitors specialising wills and lasting power of attorney, we sadly often witness to the closest of family relationships being negatively affected by money, especially when it involves execution of the will of a recently deceased loved one. A will is often be contested by family members and potential benefactors, especially if the will was not drawn up properly by a solicitor. Contesting a will often combines feelings of betrayal and disappointment with the raw emotion of bereavement, and can prove to be a very stressful experience.
There are a number of main reasons why a will may be contested; we have outlined the top 6. Read them here: https://www.bakerssolicitors.com/Blog/PostID/549/Title/Reasons-why-a-Will-might-be-contested-%E2%80%93-quick-guide
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