We are able to advise on all disputes involving wills, intestacy and estate administration. We can act on your behalf in bringing or defending a claim.
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Some types of matters we can assist you with:
- a cohabitee, loved one or family member has died and you do not benefit from their estate under the Rules of Intestacy.
- your loved one left a will, but they did not provide for you, or adequately provide for you in their will.
If so, you may be able to make a claim under the Inheritance (Provisions for Family and Dependants) Act 1975
- if you believe the deceased did not have mental capacity at the time they made their will, or you believe that another person may have unduly influenced them when they made their will
If so, their will may be invalid.
- the deceased’s will has been poorly drafted and does not accurately reflect their wishes. Perhaps an error or negligence in the drafting means you have lost your inheritance • the deceased drafted the will themselves and you need to determine validity
- If any of these situations apply to you, or you are an executor or administrator of an estate and need to defend a claim contact a member of our wills and probate team on 0151 239 1000 for straightforward advice or complete the online enquiry form.