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What are the Grounds for Contesting a Will?

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Posted by Katie Alsop on 20 May 2024

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Katie Alsop Partner & Head of Disputes Group
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Katie Alsop

Partner & Head of Disputes Group

Katie specialises in contested wills, proprietary estoppel, disputed estates involving farms and Inheritance Act claims.

Katie Alsop

Katie specialises in contested wills, proprietary estoppel, disputed estates involving farms and Inheritance Act claims.

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