Following the death of a relative, the reading of the will can offer a feeling of closure and leave a sense that you have been looked after posthumously. However, sometimes things do not run to plan and you can find yourself with either much less than you feel you deserve or in some cases left out of the will completely.
This can occasionally happen when the deceased has re-married and the children from a previous relationship or marriage have not been included in the will. In this case it would be possible to contest the will. Disputing a will is not an easy process but with expert help you can re-adjust the will to make sure everyone is given what they deserve.