The simple answer is yes. There are two main types of challenges which can be made to contest a Will. The first category deals with examining the technical and legal aspects of drawing up a valid Will. The second category involves challenging the actual contents of a validly made Will. The reasons for challenging a will can broadly be divided into five categories; the legal validity of the will, undue influence, mental capacity, fraud or error and missing out. Whatever the reason for contenting a will it’s likely it will involve complicated legal issues and will require court proceedings.

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