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Legal Eagle Q & A: Can my Will be challenged after my demise?
Question: Is it true that by leaving £1 in my will to my daughter who I fell out with years ago I will block her challenging my will?
Answer: In short, the answer is No. A will can be challenged in a number of different ways, but this would never be a defence to it. This sounds a complicated situation- I’m happy to discuss it with you privately if you would like.
This Q & A is by Melinda Giles at Giles Wilson Solicitors.