In these circumstances it might be possible to make a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 to provide for your needs, or to contest the deceased’s will.
Only people in certain categories (e.g. spouses, partners, cohabitees, children, and dependants) are permitted to claim under the Inheritance Act.
Once it is established that you fall into one of these categories, the court takes a number of factors into consideration, in order to decide whether you may have an inheritance dispute claim.
The complex and often emotionally charged nature of an inheritance dispute means that this area of law can be overwhelming without the assistance of an experienced solicitor.
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Expert Legal Advice Is Vital
At Slater Heelis we have an extremely experienced multi-disciplinary team who work together for your benefit in inheritance dispute claims.
Our team ensures that you are given advice covering every angle of your case, in order to maximise the chance of a successful result.
Our expert family and wills and estate lawyers can advise you on any issues arising under inheritance claims.
If you feel you need to raise an inheritance dispute, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us, and we will see how we can help you.