There are generally three areas in which you can make a claim against a Will.
There may be an argument that the Will maker did not have capacity to understand what he was doing when he made his Will.
There may be a suggestion that the Will maker was unduly influenced in making a Will.
And the main claim is that the Will maker did not adequately provide for you.
Each of these claims will depend on all of the circumstances and the evidence that can be used to support the claim. We can provide you advice as to whether you have a viable claim.
And we can provide you with advice on how to limit a potential claim if you are the Will maker and how to defend a claim if you are the Executor of the estate.