Article preview: The death of a loved one is a difficult time for any family. It’s sometimes made more difficult when a will is contested, resulting in family disputes and bad feelings that can last for a lifetime. Some new research has found that the intention to dispute the terms of a will are more widespread than we originally thought. Nearly a quarter of people would seek to dispute the wishes of their loved one, going to court to challenge bequests made in their will.
How to avoid a contested will
This 821 word blog post considers the grounds for contesting a will and looks at some new research which found a large number of people would contest a will if they disagreed with how the estate was being divided up between beneficiaries. Includes an expert comment from Jane Morgan, Business Manager at Direct Line Life Insurance. Written on 21st February 2019.
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