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Q. Will can be contested

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Anonymous

posted 11 months ago

Sir, I need to know on the will written in 1971 will be valid to fight for property rights for granddaughters. In Ancestors property will, it's written that, "the property to be enjoyed only the sons of my daughter".
Now the grand daughters of the testator can claim the property rights by contesting the will??
Need your advice.
Thanks.
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A. Yes. You can contest the will, if you have copies of all relevant documents, better to consult a Property expert lawyer from the panel of Vidhikarya and protect your interest on all aspects of the property quickly.

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Ambrose Leo

Experience: 9 Year(s)

Responded 11 months ago

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A. Yes, by birth the daughters are co-parcerners.

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Anonymous

Replied 11 months ago

Thanks sir. If we contest how long will it take to resolve and do the settlement?

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A. Go for probate first.

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GANESH SHARMA

Experience: 3 Year(s)

Responded 11 months ago

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Anonymous

Replied 11 months ago

Thanks sir, if we contest how long will it take to resolve and get the settlement?

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