Disputes about the administration of someone’s inheritance, whether or not there is a Will, are included in contentious probate. Our Contentious Probate Solicitors London based have extensive expertise delicately advising clients through difficult circumstances and taking swift action where necessary.
Disgruntled beneficiaries, personal representatives, trustees, or dependents may express concerns about, for example, mismanagement of the estate, claims against the estate, or the interpretation of a Will or a Will trust agreement.
The purpose of a Will is to ensure your wishes are carried out after your death, and probate is the process to achieve that. Our Contentious Probate Solicitors will ensure that you obtain a grant of probate that is the formal process by which the court recognizes the executors and when finalized, the estate can be distributed.
If you have been named as an executor, which you may or may not have been aware of, this will mean that you have the role of fulfilling the Will. It is recommended that the first step an executor should take is to appoint a Contentious Probate Solicitors in London and Crown Law Solicitors and our probate team are here to support you.
Even if a family member died without a Will or if you are unable to locate a Will, the intestacy laws will apply to the estate, determining who is entitled to what. The Crown Law Solicitors’ contentious probate solicitors team in London will help you understand the implication of intestacy and guide you on the steps that need to be taken.
It may not always be the case that a Will is acknowledged or accepted by the whole family.
Contentious probate solicitors typically occur when a family member or other person:
The dispute over a Will is known as Contested Probate.
Our experienced Contested Probate Solicitors London based work with and represent:
Contested probate situations can be very complex and emotional. Our experienced contested probate attorneys will work with you to ensure that any disagreement is handled as fast as feasible and with the best possible outcome.
Crown Law Solicitors are experts at dealing with contentious probate solicitors matters and you can be assured of the right advice to guide you through a dispute.
We work to a range of fixed fees and where those are not possible we will provide you with a very clear and transparent fee quotation which will ensure you are fully aware of the fees you need to pay, to who and when.
To obtain a quotation or to speak to one of our experienced Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) solicitors in London, you can call us on 0208 175 6733 or email us email@example.com.