More People Are Disputing Their Inheritance (or Lack of It)
We’ve recently seen an increase in enquiries from people wanting to challenge a relative’s will or make a claim if they are not provided for – so much so that we have expanded our team. Laura Pracy rejoined us in June and is now working in our litigation department.
If you are not happy with the terms of a will, give Laura a call and she will discuss whether you can challenge the will or make a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975) Act.
Bear in mind that a person making their will is entitled to leave their estate to whomever they wish under English law. However, if someone has been left out a will or believes that the deceased should have made better provision for them, then there may be ways to make a challenge.
Contentious Probate FAQs
To help you consider the issues, you can read our Frequently Asked Questions about Inheritance Act claims.
For more information about challenging a Will or bringing a claim under the Inheritance Act, contact:
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