There are two different approaches to contesting a Will. The first is a challenge by a disappointed beneficiary who feels that the will doesn’t make “reasonable provision for them”. In these cases, they aren’t seeking to prove that the Will is invalid, just that provision should have been made for them. The second is a claim that the Will itself is invalid for some reason so the whole Will fails.
Keep a look out over the next few weeks on our new blogs, We’ll look at the common ‘provision claim’ first and look at some example cases.
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