Disputing InheritanceContact our Will Dispute Solicitors in London
If you were supposed to receive an inheritance but did not, or received less than you believed you were entitled to, you can consider contesting the Will and or its administration. Under the Inheritance Act 1975 a person may make a claim against your estate, if no reasonable financial provision was provided.
If you were supposed to receive an inheritance but did not, or received less than you believed you were entitled to, you can consider contesting the Will and or it’s administration. You can do this on a number of grounds, if you think the Will is in some way incorrect, for example, if there is evidence of forgery or the Will was signed under pressure, or by someone lacking mental capacity.
The Inheritance Act of 1975 also allows dependants (such a children, spouses, former spouses or civil partners) to make a claim on the grounds that no financial provision was left to support their continued well-being.
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Mirror Will: £350*
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Health and Welfare (Single): £300
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