What makes a will invalid?
Do you want to make sure your will is valid? Or do you suspect that a will of a loved one who passed away is invalid? Our leading will and probate solicitors are here to assist you if you are left with an invalid will.
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Reasons for an invalid will
There are a number of reasons why a will might be invalid:
- Not signed properly
- The will has been destroyed or altered
- The person who made the will (known as the 'testator') was not of sound mind
- The testator was put under pressure
- The will is not coherent
If you think that your will or the will of a loved one who passed away is invalid, there are different ways to proceed:
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