don't miss the time limit on Inheritance Act claims

Don’t Delay Bringing Inheritance Act Claims

The Inheritance (Provisions for Family and Dependants) Act allows the dependants of a deceased person to make claims for reasonable financial provision beyond that which they have been left in the will. Inheritance Act claims don’t question the validity of the will itself. The Inheritance Act specifically aims to help individuals who were dependent on the deceased person before they passed away, such as children, spouses and other financial dependants. […]

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Contesting a will – what are the risks?

You may feel aggrieved by your inheritance, or feel that your loved one’s will should not stand – but what are the risks of contesting a will? Your loved one has died, and taking legal action may be the last thing you want to think about, but if you feel that the will doesn’t reflect the true intentions of the deceased, or that you will struggle financially in the future […]