The-Inheritance-Provision-for-Family-and-Dependants-Act-1975-Guide.pdf (683 KB)
Dealing with a dispute when someone dies
Contentious probate refers to the various disputes that can arise in relation to someone’s estate once they have passed away. The disputes are most commonly related to money or property, but they can also relate to funeral and body disposal issues. This helpful guide outlines some common scenarios when dealing with a contentious situation.
The information contained in this guide is meant for information purposes only and you should seek your own legal or professional advice where applicable