No obligation, no pressure, just your questions answered

The free consulation is not provided by The Probate Network, we send your request to members of the Network who offer initial free advice.

The contentious probate free consultation is available subject to conditions.

You are the Executor or Administrator of an Estate defending a potential claim.


A beneficiary, or potential beneficary, who is contesting a will on one of the following grounds.

  • Claims under The Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975. In otherwords you are not currently receiving anything from the estate but you were financially dependent on the deceased
  • Suspicion of fraud or duress during the will making process
  • Suspicions that at the time the Will was made, the deceased lacked mental capacity.

When you complete the form below we will send your request to up to four contentious probate practitioners who will contact you to organise your free consultation.

All probate practitioners who offer free advice via The Probate Network are regulated by either the SRA, ICAEW or CLC so you can be assured that the person who you speak with will be professional, qualified and regulated.

Current step:1
Are you: *
Has a probate specialist already been appointed in relation to this probate dispute?
Has the Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration been received?
What is the approximate value of the estate? *
How many probate specialists would you like us to send your request to?