Cartmell Shepherd Will Dispute Solicitors work with clients across England and Wales.
Our experienced team of qualified will claim solicitors have all undertaken training with ACTAPS, the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists. We’re proud to have acted successfully for many clients across the country faced with difficult decisions after the death of a loved one.
Have you been left out of someone’s will?
Probate is the word used to describe the legal and financial processes involved in dealing with the estate (property, money and possessions) of someone who is deceased. Disputes over a deceased person’s estate are highly sensitive and can be unpleasant.
The Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors will claims team are experts at resolving inheritance and will disputes and are here to guide you through the process. If you think you have a claim, we will give you carefully considered legal advice to help you receive your fair share.
We offer a FREE 30 minute initial consultation and if you decide to make a claim, we can offer a choice of funding. This includes a NO WIN – NO FEE arrangement where appropriate.
- No confusing legal jargon
- The vast majority of cases settle without going to trial
- Highly recommended team of solicitors
- FREE initial 30 minute consultation
- Your own friendly and experienced solicitor
As Will Dispute Solicitors, we deal with will claims across England and Wales and so, regardless of your location, we can give you the advice you need.
Get in touch to set up a free 30 minute consultation now.
Wills & Probates Claim Types
There are many reasons why you might want to contest the validity of a will or make a will Claim:
- Contentious probate, essentially a disagreement after someone has passed about the distribution of their estate
- It could be an Inheritance Claim, this is when someone has died without making proper provisions in their Will.
- You might want to contest a Will, for various reasons, after someone has died.
- Professional negligence, where you are unhappy with how a Will has been drafted.
- A dispute over a trust.
- An issue over financial deputyship.