A man has been removed as an executor of his mother’s will after his brother complained that he was obstructing the administration of the estate. The case involved three brothers; two of them were executors of her will. Following several years of disagreement, one of the brothers raised a petition seeking the removal of the
Contentious Probate, Wills, Trusts & Estates Disputes
Dealing with conflicts relating to a loved one or family member’s estate can be an emotional and stressful process. We have a wealth of experience advising claimants, executors and trustees on claims relating to estates, guiding them through a sometimes complex area of law.
Talk to one of our friendly and experienced team on 01582 514000
Our specialist contentious probate team advise upon matters dealing with how a person’s estate will be dealt with after they die. We deal with both claims against estates under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 and disputes relating to the validity of wills.
For further information on contentious probate matters, please visit our Challenging a Will page.
We also have experienced solicitors available to assist with disputes relating to trusts. Whether it is a dispute regarding the validity, construction or wording of trusts and trust documents, or a disagreement relating to breaches of trust or the appointment of trustees, we can assist you in obtaining the result you require.
Our recent experience includes:
- Advising on a complex family trust dispute valued at over £4m; and
- Advising the trustee on a trust dispute that involves multiple properties the events surrounding which date back 35 years ago.
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