How to Contest a Will.
Probate solicitors and have expertise in all aspects of will disputes.
What is probate?
‘Probate’ is a term commonly used when talking about applying for the right to deal with a deceased person’s affairs (called ‘administering the estate’). In practice, different terms are used, depending on if the deceased person left a will and where they lived.Read More
If someone dies without making a will, they are said to have died ‘intestate’. If this happens, the law sets out who should deal with the deceased’s affairs and who should inherit their estate (property, personal possessions and money).Intestate
Undue Influence Will
The person making the will must have :-
- • understood the nature of making the will
- • the extent of the property which he/she was disposing of and
- • the claims to which he ought to give effect to
Wills and probate in Northern Ireland
Making a Will
Determine what happens to your property and possessions after your death.
In case of no Will
Steps to take if someone dies without making a will (intestate), who will deal with the estate..
Grant of probate
Probate is the term commonly used to describe the legal process that has to be followed after somebody’s death.
Probate and Inheritance Tax
The personal representative won’t be granted probate until some or all of any Inheritance Tax that is due.