Contesting a will free case assessment service

We offer a free case assessment service for contesting a will. One of our specialist contentious probate lawyers will review your case, consider the legal merits and offer guidance on any steps or investigations that should be carried out. We will also be able to consider funding and confirm whether the case is suitable for a no win, no fee agreement. Call us on freephone 0333 888 0409 or send an email to us with details of your case.

If you are thinking about contesting a will and would like initial help and guidance on your legal position then you can take advantage of our FREE case assessment service.

Give us details of your contested will claim and one of our specialist lawyers will assess your case and identify its strengths and weaknesses– completely free of charge.

This includes challenges to the validity of a will (for instance on the grounds of mental capacity or undue influence) as well as claims for financial provision under the Inheritance Act, and disputes with or between executors.

We will review the type of case you wish to bring and assess whether you are legally entitled to make a claim. If you are eligible to pursue a claim then we will run through the evidence that is likely to be required in order for the case to succeed, and discuss any steps or preliminary investigations that may need to be carried out.

We have various funding options available and are always happy to consider whether a contested will claim is suitable for our No Win – No Fee funding scheme.

We also offer a fixed fee case investigation service where key issues need to be clarified before a final appraisal can be made. The type of investigation we carry out includes:

  • interviewing people who witnessed a will;
  • obtaining the will preparation file from the solicitors who drafted the will;
  • seeking an expert’s report on medical or handwriting evidence; and
  • requesting a Large v Nugus statement.

To use our contesting a will free case assessment service just send an email with details of your legal dispute to [email protected] or give us a call on 0333 888 0409.