Challenging a Will

In some circumstances, a person may feel aggrieved by the distribution of assets or other instructions in the will of a deceased person.  The aggrieved person may be a beneficiary of the will or may not be nominated in the document.  There may be circumstances where that individual could challenge the validity of the will or its instructions in the Court.  There is substantial case law surrounding the area of challenging wills and it is a complex area of law and often highly emotive.  

Your CLO lawyer will advise you of your rights in challenging a will and whether your particular circumstances may warrant consideration of taking that course of action.