There are a number of grounds on which a will can be contested:
- If the will was not executed properly
- If fraud is suspected
- If the deceased lacked capacity
- If the deceased did not know or approve the contents of the will
- If the deceased was subjected to undue influence
- If an error was made when the will was created.
More information about contesting the validity of a will can be found on our ‘How to Contest a Will’ page.