Yes. In a family provision claim, it is the duty of a Willmaker to make adequate provision for your proper maintenance and support. It is not a question of whether the Willmaker had capacity. Therefore, the Courts will interfere with a Will made by solicitors if the Willmaker did not take into account the financial needs of their spouse, children or step children. It is also possible, as we have done, to challenge a Will and have it set aside even though it was drafted and witnessed by a solicitor. We were able to prove in the matter of Ruskey-Fleming v Cook that although the solicitor believed the Deceased had capacity, there was other evidence which outweighed his opinion and the proved that the Deceased did not know or understand what he was doing when the Will was made.