How to Defend a Contested Will

If a family member is contesting a will, this can cause further stress for you at a time when you’re grieving. Burt, Brill & Cardens are experts at defending claims such as these, reducing the stress and getting the results you want, both in and out of the court room.

We realise this is a highly delicate and personal situation and you can trust us for full confidentiality and support throughout the process of defending a contested will.

Contact us today.

Please call us now on 01273 604123 or complete an  Online Enquiry and let us explain your rights and legal options. We are here to help you.


Contesting a Will: your free guide

Contentious Probate is becoming an increasing issue in the UK. Dealing with issues around who is entitled to what in a Will requires a sensitive approach which looks at a wide range of factors, from family disputes to difficulties regarding mental capacity and undue influence.

Our Contesting a Will Guide covers our 5 key tips to solving issues around contentious probate, and is completely free of charge for you to download.

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