Under the Wills, Estates and Succession Act (WESA), a will-maker’s spouse and children are entitled to be adequately maintained and supported within a Last Will and Testament. If you have been wrongfully excluded from a fair share of an estate, the court has the discretion to remedy the situation by ordering that you be provided with an adequate, just, and equitable portion of the estate.
These sorts of matters are often extremely contentious. However, our lawyers are experienced in fighting for the rights of disinherited spouses and children to ensure that they receive their fair share of an estate.
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