CLAIMS AGAINST AN ESTATE
Unhappy with the terms of a will? You may be able to make a claim.
If a member of your family has died without making any will or provision, you may be able to make a claim against their estate under the Inheritance and Family Provisions Act.
You can make a claim against an estate if you are a spouse, civil partner, cohabitee, dependant or child of the person who has died. You can also claim if they treated you as a child of the family, or were paying to support you when they died.
WE CAN GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS OF MAKING A CLAIM, EXPLAINING YOUR OPTIONS AND DEALING WITH THE ADMINISTRATORS OF THE ESTATE ON YOUR BEHALF
You have to make your claim within six months. The court will consider many different factors, including your age, family situation, relationship with the deceased, financial needs, disabilities and so on.
To find out more, please contact us.
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