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 in London.  Family members are very often still mourning.  Court proceedings will frequently cause rifts between parents, children and siblings.  Mediation however enables parties to fully air their grievances whilst trying to preserve family relationships, and can hasten settlement.