If you are unhappy with a will it is important to immediately seek legal help. In any contested probate claim, it is always important to try and prevent probate being issued, so that appropriate investigations can be undertaken.To do this, something called a Caveat can be issued. This is a fairly straightforward procedure and involves an application being made to the probate registry. The person entering the Caveat is known as the Caveator. The caveat once in place remains for a period of some 6 months although it can be renewed. Typically, a Caveat is used, when there are issues regarding the validity of a will, how the will was made or maybe whether the Executor is suitable to apply.
If you need help filing a caveat quickly we can help. We have a specialist team that focus entirely on contested will cases. please contact Tim Murden on 01482 429985 or via e-mail at email@example.com