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Invalid Will

Invalid Will

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  • Advice

    A will can only be invalid under certain circumstances. It can be that there was a mistake made in the creation of the will but more often it is a contentious issue. In England and Wales, you are allowed to create a will if you are 18 or over and have sufficient mental capacity.


    Having testamentary capacity means you can understand:

    • That your beneficiaries will receive your assets;
    • The extent of your estate (everything you own); and
    • The implications of including/excluding certain people as beneficiaries.

    If you are found to lack mental capacity when you made your will, it could be invalid. 


    You must ensure you are not unduly influenced by anybody at any time and your wishes are clearly explained. Ensure you sign your will in front of a witness, this will help your case if someone is to contest the will after your death.


    How we can help

    Lestons can arrange a third party to write a will for you as this is currently not a service that we offer, please note we make no commission from these referrals but do need clients to open a case so that we can prepare a financial brief for them. To gain our assistance you need to open a case, this is done by taking advantage of our free consultation service, activated by the link at the top of the page, should you wish to start a case the caseworker will send you the suitable payment link.


    Please note your caseworker can only give generic advice, their role is to prepare your details for handling by our will writing experts and to act as your point of contact, they will also issue you with your Password and PIN, these will be needed to log onto your client dashboard. From your dashboard you will be able to manage and view every aspect of your case, upload documents, images, files etc.

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