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Disappointed beneficiaries (those who thought they would inherit something from the will but got nothing or not as much as they were expecting) have up to six months to make a claim after the Grant of Probate is issued using the Inheritance Act 1975, or to make a claim of proprietary estoppel if their dispute concerns the inheritance of property or land they believed they were promised.
However, a disappointed beneficiary may also wish to challenge the conduct or competency of an executor or personal representative or trustee. There may be disputes about how 'mis-management' by the executor, personal representative or trustee in dealing with the estate assets (property, monies, investments etc) is causing a beneficiary to suffer a loss.