Inheritance Claims

Inheritance claims are possible for some dependants who have not been provided with a reasonable inheritance following the death of a close relative. The statutory rights are set out in the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975, which details the classes of beneficiaries who might be eligible to claim on the facts.

We have experience in both bringing and defending these types of claim and can guide you through what is often a demanding and emotionally-draining process.

 

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