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Welcome to WillClaim Solicitors

  • Nationwide coverage including London and the Southeast
  • NO WIN NO FEE and a range of other funding options
  • YOUR CASE HANDLED BY AN EXPERIENCED EXPERT SOLICITOR
  • Access to specialist Barristers, experts and mediators
  • Access to ATE (after the event) insurers who provide costs and disbursements protection
Willclaim Solicitors provide litigation services in relation to will disputes.

In most cases we can act on a“no win, no fee” basis.

We will always consider alternative arrangements to suit you if that is more appropriate.

NO WIN NO FEE SOLICITORS specialising in contesting and challenging Wills, Inheritance, Trusts and Probate across London, the South East, England and Wales:
  • No win no fee Will and Inheritance Dispute experts
  • Access to specialist experts, Barristers and insurers (who will cover all risks associated with your Will dispute)
  • Expert Will Contest services provided across London, the South East and UK wide
  • A WILLINGNESS TO TAKE ON THE MOST DIFFICULT AND PROTRACTED WILL AND INHERITANCE DISPUTES AND WIN!

 

COMMON REASONS TO CONTEST A WILL

If you would like to know more about how to contest a will or if you require assistance contesting a will where the Inheritance claim or dispute is already on going then we can help whether under a NO WIN NO FEE ARRANGEMENT  or other appropriate structure. Please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss how we may help you to contest your claim or a Will which you dispute or other Inheritance claim or dispute.

Some Typical Scenarios When Challenging a Will:

  • the deceased should have made some (additional) provision for you but failed to do so
  • someone is claiming the deceased should have made some (additional) provision for them which affects your share of the estate
  • the deceased did not have mental capacity when he or she made the Will
  • someone is claiming the deceased did not have mental capacity when he or she made the Will and this may affect your share of the estate
  • there is a problem with the Will and you want to stop the estate being distributed
  • someone is claiming there is a problem with the Will and a Caveat has been entered which stops the estate being distributed which you want lifted as soon as possible
  • the estate is not being properly administered and/or you are afraid the Executor is dishonest
  • Promises made in respect of property has been broken
  • the deceased has been manipulated into making a Will he or she would not normally have made
  • (The contents of this site including the videos are accurate at the date of publication and not necessarily thereafter – the publication date is currently 22 June 2015)



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