Hi, My uncle recently passed away leaving my dad and his other brother (M) as executors of his Will. In his Will, it was stated that it was his wish to have his deceased estate divided equally among his nieces and nephews, including myself (he had no wife or children). While my dad, M, and their sister C have all agreed to this. The Will wasn't signed nor witnessed and despite being estranged, my other uncle P and my aunt H have decided to contest the Will and want 20% each. The rest of the Will would be split between the nieces and nephews bar Aunt H's children, who may receive nothing unless their mother decides to give them part of the 20% she wants. Uncle P does not have children. My dad, uncle M and aunt C are understandably outraged, as uncle P and aunt H never had anything to do with my late uncle, and are going directly against the wishes that my uncle had made known to my father, uncle M, and his solicitor. I was wondering if there was any help to be offered other than "wait and see". My uncle would be rolling in his grave knowing that this is happening and it's incredibly upsetting for the whole family. Thank you.