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Our specialist Inheritance dispute solicitors advise on all aspects of disputes over inheritance when a relative or loved one dies

If you find yourself not properly provided for on the death of a relative then you may be able to make a successful claim under the Inheritance Act

We can assist you if you are a beneficiary of an estate and someone else is contesting the will

The Inheritance Act allows certain people to make a claim against the estate if they have been reasonably financially provided for. By way of example:

  • A wife, husband or civil partner
  • A former wife, husband or civil partner who has not since remarried or formed another civil partnership
  • A person who lived with the person who died for at least 2 years
  • A child of the deceased
  • A person treated as a child of the deceased
  • A person who has been financially supported by the person who died up until their death

Our specialist inheritance dispute solicitors can advise you on the law and your rights regardless of whether there was a will or not.

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