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Will Fraud : Disputing wills

Fraudulent will cases

Sadly we are now seeing an increase in the number of suspected fraudulent will cases.

Typically, fraud wills arise, typically arise the following circumstances :-

  • When the original will may have been deliberately derstroyed
  • The signature on the will is not that of the Testator

As with Undue influence the burden of proving fraud can be very high and therefore expert evidence is often required for example by a calligrapher (a handwriting expert) in order to support an allegation of fraud. We are currently acting in several cases in cases in which the wills are alleged to have been forged or there are issues relating to the Deceased's signaure - call our helpline today for further help and guidance.

Call our PROBATE HELPLINE today 0844 330 2672 or send an enquiry