How to contest a Will: Get honest, professional guidance before you claim. Your Contested Probate Solicitor that you will be introduced to work on a NO WIN, NO FEE basis.

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About Going Legal Ltd

Going Legal has been established for in excess of 20 years. During this time we have successfully recovered many millions of pounds for our clients. Unlike many other organisations, we welcome complex and difficult cases and will always ensure that your inheritance claim is fought on a genuine no win no fee basis.

As an expert in advising families on contesting wills and probate disputes across the UK. We are genuinely and primarily focus on inheritance dispute cases.

Getting Started: what you need to know to contesting a Will Call our HELPLINE 0161 228 0099 or send an enquiry.

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You may wish to speak to one of our specialists who will guide you through the process and introduce you to an experienced Probate Solicitor who will work for you on a genuine No-Win, No-Fee basis.

By making your claim via Going Legal Limited, however, subject to you not lying and cooperating with your Probate Solicitor: You will not be required to pay any money whatsoever at the outset of your claim, nor whilst it is progressing, or if your claim is unsuccessful. We call this No-Win, No-Cost.

Over £30 Million Recovered

Since 1999 we have helped recover many millions of pounds for our clients. Your No-Win, No-Fee Probate Solicitor will ensure you receive the maximum inheritance due to you on a commercial basis, should your case be successful.

Regulatory Information
Going Legal Limited is Regulated by the Claims Management Regulator in respect of regulated claims management activities (Authorisation Number: CRM19983) & Registered company number 3785951. Going Legal Limited is not a solicitors practice. The legal services on this site are provided by selected Solicitors and law firms that are registered with the law society and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to whom you will be introduced if your claim has sufficient merit.