When a Kent area resident goes through the process of making a will, they do it believing that their will will hold up after their death. Most of the time this is what happens, but occasionally someone will contest a will, can which put a deceased person's final wishes at risk.
There are a few things a person should do to ensure their will is untouchable after they die. First, if legal, they can have a no-contest clause. This means that anyone who challenges the will and loses will not receive anything from the will.