In British Columbia, the will of a deceased person can be challenged and changed by the courts under certain circumstances. The children or spouse of a deceased may have grounds to make a claim against the Estate of a deceased parent or spouse if there are legal or moral grounds to do so, as permitted by the Wills Variation Act.
There are strict time restrictions that limit your right to challenge the will of a deceased family member. If you have questions about your rights as a beneficiary or potential beneficiary, it is wise to contact us immediately.
Morelli Chertkow’s estate litigation lawyers are able to advise you in confidence about the options you may have.