Inheritance act claims

The Inheritance Act 1975 provides legal protection for certain people, usually, the immediate family or the partner of the deceased, who have not been provided for in the Will or as a result of intestacy.

Where reasonable financial provision has not been made the Act enables the court to vary the distribution of the deceased’s estate if the claim is successful.

We regularly act for both those seeking to bring a claim as well as on behalf of the administrators or executors of the Estate seeking to defend a claim.

How our inheritance act claims solicitors can help you:

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