A Will may be challenged in one of three ways.
- 1. If it can be proved that the testator did not have testamentary capacity to make the Will.
- 2. If it can be proved that the testator made the Will under duress.
- 3. If the Will is invalid because it was not executed properly.
A person who thinks that they are a dependent of the deceased and has been omitted from the Will may bring a claim under The Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975.