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Unfortunately, sometimes there arise situations where people find themselves in disputes over wills, trusts or estates. You or another party might feel that more should have been bequeathed in a will. Perhaps the deceased wrote their will when they were not mentally fit to do so, or where they were perhaps under the influence of another person to the extent that they might have been persuaded to change their will. Sometimes family members or people who were dependant on the deceased can find that they have been left nothing or very little and feel that the support they received should continue. All of these situations could lead to a valid claim against the estate of the deceased.

 

This area of law can be extremely difficult and emotional for all concerned but the Lamb Brooks Dispute Resolution team will always endeavour to ensure your case is managed as sensitively as possible. Similar issues can arise from trust documents, where maybe the wording is not entirely clear or where the trustees are not sure what they are entitled to do under the terms of the trust.

With our experience in settling disputes, our expert contested probate solicitors in Basingstoke, Hampshire. Will listen to your circumstances and give you the best possible advice to bring circumstances to a satisfactory conclusion.

 

This area of law can be extremely difficult and emotional for all concerned but the Lamb Brooks Dispute Resolution team will always endeavour to ensure your case is managed as sensitively as possible.

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"Your company was recommended to us for help in contesting my mother’s will. Throughout the process I was given advice and up to date information. Simon was extremely up front with me as to the difficulties of this case and his advice was invaluable. Without his help and advice I would not have got a favourable outcome. I am very grateful for your firms help at this difficult time for me."

Annette

Key Contacts

James Phipps

Partner & Head of Private Client

Lisa Perry

Associate Solicitor

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