Challenging a will, trust or inheritance?

Seek sound advice. If the death of a loved one has left more questions than answers, our team of leading lawyers can help you to make sure their final wishes are met.

Many law firms lack the specialist expertise to deal with a will, trust or inheritance dispute properly and effectively. This is due to the fact that in many law firms, such cases are handled either by a “traditional” probate solicitor who has no knowledge or experience of disputes and Court proceedings, or by solicitors in general litigation departments who have little experience of either the probate process or the unique rules applying to will, trust and estate disputes.

Taylor&Emmet’s team consists of practitioners who are recognised as experts in this field, offering a comprehensive and sensitive advice. We act for a large number of Trustees, Executors, Beneficiaries and disappointed Beneficiaries and have a range of funding options available which can be considered on a case by case basis.

We offer a free initial no obligation appointment to discuss any such issues.


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26 February 2021




We have legal experts near you

If you are interested in understanding how Taylor&Emmet can help you with inheritance, wills and trust disputes then please contact:

Alex Watkinson

Alex Watkinson

Head of Contentious Probate

Tel: 0114 218 4126

Email Alex

Office: Sheffield