VALIDITY OF A WILL

We understand that sometimes after someone dies emotions can run high. Very often where the contents of a Will come as a surprise suspicions may be raised as to whether the Will is valid. These suspicision may be heighted by events during that persons life.

In order to challenge the validity of a Will itself you need to establish whether

  • the Will has complied with the strict rules governing the execution of the Will
  • the person was of sound mind (known as Testamentary Capacity)
  • they knew and understood the contents of the Will
  • they were being influenced or pressured by someone else

Very occassionally Wills can be forged or obtained fraudulently.

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