It must take into account a valid legal question about the will of competition. A person cannot simply challenge a will because he or she does not agree, has been left out or injured, or is angry at the contents of the will. The challenges to the validity of a trust are similar and, in general, call into question whether the trust accurately reflects the wishes of the trusted donor. As with a will, coercion, fraud, inappropriate influence and even ambiguity can be claimed in the terms of the trust. Is there any chance that one of your beneficiaries will be so irritated by what you have left in your will and will, or the trust they would bring a legal challenge against them? However, to put this into perspective, about 50% of cases will be closed before the opening of proceedings and only about 2% of cases will go to a final procedure. In all estate disputes, it is essential that problems are identified at an early stage and that all parties argue in mediation or have unprejudiced discussions in an attempt to resolve problems in order to reduce costs. It is therefore important to call on an experienced and qualified lawyer who specializes in the defence of will from the outset. When someone forces or forces someone to change their will for the sake of coercion, it is an inappropriate influence. It can be very difficult to prove, however, because the law does not assume that persons in positions of power over the person who died are called in the will are the result of inappropriate influence. At this point, the dispute should be resolved – if the dispute cannot be resolved through mediation at this initial stage, it would have to be considered after 3 to 6 months of application to the court. It is not uncommon for the legal process to challenge a will to last 12-18 months. But there is no time limit to challenge a invalidated will, but it is important to act quickly to protect the evidence and avoid the difficulties that can arise when the estate`s fortune has already been distributed.
The first thing to do is to seek immediate legal advice from a lawyer; they will help you determine if you have a right. Once your lawyer has reviewed your claim and you have determined that you have reasons to challenge a will, you can present a “cavern” to the estate register, which means that the estate cannot be issued without notification, which prevents the estate from being distributed until the dispute is resolved.