Inheritance Act Claims
We’ll use our experience to seek a speedy resolution on your behalf.
Given the nature of modern society with ever more complex family relationships, inheritance claims are becoming more common.
Claims may arise where a person’s Will or the rules of intestacy (these apply when a person dies without making a Will) do not include or make appropriate financial provision for the person seeking to pursue a claim. For example a former spouse or dependant’s children who are omitted from a person’s Will may have a claim against the deceased’s estate under the Inheritance (Provision for Family & Dependants) Act 1975.
We understand that disputes in this area are particularly sensitive and use our experience to seek a speedy resolution on your behalf.
Rather than make you read lengthy documents on this site we’d rather you access the facts and discuss your individual circumstances immediately. So if you are thinking about a claim and would like a free half hour discussion with us to find out where you stand, the issues you need to consider and the fees we would charge if you were to pursue matters – feel free to contact us direct.