Will Disputes Solicitors

If you're concerned about the way in which a relative or friend made a Will before they died, our team of Will disputes solicitors in Northern Ireland can help.

We'll advise you on the formalities which should have been followed by law, as well as other issues which may affect the legitimacy of the will. Such as;

  • the mental capacity of the deceased at the time the will was made
  • proofs necessary to determine whether the deceased was unduly influenced into making the will


Time is of the essence when you are considering disputing a will of a deceased relative so that court actions to prevent any immediate distribution can be quickly taken.

If you have concerns in relation to the circumstances in which the deceased made a will we can advise you on how that will might be contested.    We can advise you on the formalities which should have been followed, whether & how the mental capacity of the deceased at the time the will was made can be challenged and the proofs necessary to determine whether the deceased was unduly influenced into making the will.   Time is of the essence when you are considering disputing a will of a deceased relative so that court actions to prevent any immediate distribution can be quickly taken.

How we can help

When a death occurs it is a difficult time for those left behind. We can provide immediate help and guidance with death registrations, coroners issues, will searches and burial & cremation disputes. Our dedicated and experienced staff will help you through these initial issues. Find out more about our bereavement services.

Next Steps

Take the next step and call us on freephone number 0800 840 9293 or send us your details.

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