When it comes to disputed wills and if you are going to be contesting a will, there are a few things you need to consider before going ahead.
Most disputed wills which are brought forward are based on the grounds that the person who wrote the will/made the will did not have the mental or physical capacity for making it or was unduly influenced in making it.
It is to be noted when contesting a will that most of the times, a disputed ill is difficult to win according to many sources.
First of all, determine if you have a strong standing to contest the will. Not everyone does, if you are a party which is directly affected by it and are an intestate heir or benefactor named in the will, you may be subjected to having a say.
You must also know that if you can timely file the contest for the will and have grounds to do that. There are professionals who can check whether or not you are eligible to contest a will. Whatever the case may be in the end, checking with a lawyer can help you with you case and perhaps make it stronger.