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When can a will be contested?
If the court rules that the will is invalid as a result of you contesting it, the estate will be administered as if the will never existed, and the deceased passed away without a will.
Contesting a will can be a difficult, drawn-out and financially and emotionally draining process.
At Alexander & Co Solicitors LLP in Derby, we listen to your needs and requirements and provide expert legal advice to enable you to resolve your problems effectively.
It's all about getting the right result for you, our client. As a practice, in addition to contesting a will, we deal with a range of litigation matters including:
Our qualified litigation team will meet you to discuss your problems in order to better understand the issues at hand and provide you with an effective strategy going forward. Moreover, we shall keep you informed of developments in your case at all times.
Our aim is to guide you through the litigation process in the quickest and most effective way possible in order to achieve the best result for you.