Many different types of dispute can arise out of a deceased's estate.  These can include disputes concerning:

1. Lack of testamentary capacity;
2. Lack of due execution;
3. Undue influence;
4. Construction or interpretation of a Will;
5. A failure to make adequate financial provision (pursued under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975; and
6. Disputes during the administration of estates.

Mediation is ideally suited to resolving such probate, wills and inheritance disputes ...
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