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283 Years Experience | Expert Probate Solictors
Disputing the Will or the distribution of the Estate of a relative or a loved one after they have passed away is something most of us hope we will never have to do.
Unfortunately, Estate disputes are increasingly common and there are instances where legal and professional help is needed to assist with an Estate dispute. We are on hand to give you the best support and advice during what can be an emotionally sensitive time.
Reasons for an Estate dispute
There are many reasons for disputes over Estates, for example:
All these reasons and many more could be the cause of discontent and upset, leaving you in need of expert advice from an Estate dispute solicitor.
Meet our probate experts...
Keoghs Nicholls Lindsell & Harris solicitors are experts in dealing with Estate disputes and are on hand to give you advice on legal action, funding and more. With a long history, we have been in business since 1733 and pride ourselves in providing the some of the best legal representation in the North West of England, Wales, Cheshire and Staffordshire.
We understand the sensitive nature of contesting a loved one or relative’s Estate and are happy to deal with our clients either face-to-face or over the telephone. Let us help you find the best resolution to your legal problems and assign you an Estate Dispute solicitor that you can both trust and rely on. Strict time limits can and in most cases do apply to anyone contesting an Estate, Will or Inheritance so it is best to act swiftly to avoid missing the deadline for legal claims.
An initial consultation is free and you will be under no obligation to pursue a claim and can be given an initial consultation over the phone if that suits. Call 0161 9289231 to speak to one of our professional advisors and find out if you need the services of an Estate dispute solicitor.
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