Suspect Wills and Dodgy Relatives

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16 January 2018


Certainty National Will RegisterWe are delighted to welcome Anna Wonnacott from GA Solicitors who will be presenting the next instalment of Certainty Expert Webinars being held on Wednesday 24th January at 1.00pm.

Recently, there have been many cases hitting the headlines that have highlighted the ever increasing number of issues arising from homemade Wills, forged Wills and executors not behaving themselves. This webinar is designed to review these most recent cases and provide an overview on the following:-

  • Homemade Wills and issues that frequently arise
  • Fraudulent Wills
  • Misbehaving executors

Anna is an experienced litigation solicitor and a contentious probate specialist. She is a Member of ACTAPS (Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Specialists) and an affiliate member of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners). Anna acts for claimants, defendants, trustees, executors and beneficiaries for all types of contentious probate matters. Her expertise ranges from contesting the validity of a Will, claims against an estate where no reasonable financial provision has been left in the Will, or under the intestacy rules, challenging lifetime gifts, failures by executors/trustees in their duties (including applications seeking their removal) and trust disputes. Anna’s specialist and professional skills extend to applications to claims relating to trusts of land including co-ownership property disputes (both residential and commercial property).

Please join us for our highly informative, complimentary 1 hour webinar. Places are limited so register for the webinar now.



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