Inheritance matters, by their nature, often raise sensitive issues for each individual concerned.
Complicated disputes can arise where a person dies leaving an incomplete or ambiguous will, or where a will’s validity has been disputed, either on the grounds of a testator’s mental capacity or otherwise.
For those reasons, it is often advisable that parties seek professional advice when contemplating matters involved in estate planning or drafting a will. Composite Law is able to advise clients on a broad range of issues that can arise in estate planning, administration and litigation.
Our experience consists of having acted for parties across a diverse range of probate and inheritance litigation, including matters arising under the Family Provision Act. We can bring that knowledge and expertise to assist parties in avoiding the common difficulties encountered when drafting, executing and administering wills.