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Can you contest a will?

Can you contest a will?

Published at 4:22pm 17th April 2018. (Updated at 4:23pm 17th April 2018)

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Wills and inheritance can become complicated as families expand through divorce or remarriage. Is it possible to contest a will if you believe something isn't right?

If one half of a married couple with no children dies, it's very probable that their assets will go directly to the widowed spouse.

If a single parent of two children dies, it's very probably that their assets will be split between their children. 

In a family with two parents, one step-parent, one girlfriend, three half sisters, two step-brothers, one half-brother, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild for example, as you can imagine, it's significantly more complex.

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Local lawyers Newtons Solicitors have been giving advice to people who believe the wording of a will is completely final, but feel there are misunderstandings, mistakes or unfairness. 

As the experts from Newtons Solicitors explain it is actually possible to contest a will

Ben Franklin from Stray FM's Family Show talked to Abigail Noone from Newtons' Solicitors about inheritance and contesting wills. 


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