Inheritance Act Claims


Inheritance Act Claims


Inheritance Act Claims

  • Have you been left out of a Will?
  • Did a loved one overlook you when making a Will?
  • Or have you received some provision but not as much as you were promised or need?

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We specialise in challenging wills and contesting probate, and can assist you to bring an Inheritance Act claim for maintenance from a loved one’s estate.
  • Does a loved one’s will fail to make the provision for you that you were expecting?
  • Do you think that there is something wrong with the will?
  • Are you suspicious about the way in which the will may have been made?

START YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

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We specialise in challenging wills and contesting probate, and can assist you to bring an Inheritance Act claim for maintenance from a loved one’s estate.
  • Does a loved one’s will fail to make the provision for you that you were expecting?
  • Do you think that there is something wrong with the will?
  • Are you suspicious about the way in which the will may have been made?

START YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

Image
We specialise in challenging wills and contesting probate, and can assist you to bring an Inheritance Act claim for maintenance from a loved one’s estate.
  • Does a loved one’s will fail to make the provision for you that you were expecting?
  • Do you think that there is something wrong with the will?
  • Are you suspicious about the way in which the will may have been made?

START YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

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We specialise in challenging wills and contesting probate, and can assist you to bring an Inheritance Act claim for maintenance from a loved one’s estate.
Who can make an Inheritance Act claim?
The Inheritance Act provides rules as to who can bring an Inheritance Act claim. You are eligible to bring an Inheritance Act claim if you are/were:
The spouse or civil partner of the deceased.
The former spouse or civil partner of the deceased
Unmarried but living with the deceased as if the spouse or civil partner for a period of 2 years or more
Financially dependent upon the deceased
The child of the deceased
Treated by the deceased as if you were his or her child
Who can make an Inheritance Act claim?
The Inheritance Act provides rules as to who can bring an Inheritance Act claim. You are eligible to bring an Inheritance Act claim if you are/were:
The spouse or civil partner of the deceased.
The former spouse or civil partner of the deceased
Unmarried but living with the deceased as if the spouse or civil partner for a period of 2 years or more
The child of the deceased
Treated by the deceased as if you were his or her child
Financially dependent upon the deceased
Who can make an Inheritance Act claim?
The Inheritance Act provides rules as to who can bring an Inheritance Act claim. You are eligible to bring an Inheritance Act claim if you are/were:
The spouse or civil partner of the deceased.
The former spouse or civil partner of the deceased
Unmarried but living with the deceased as if the spouse or civil partner for a period of 2 years or more
The child of the deceased
Treated by the deceased as if you were his or her child
Financially dependent upon the deceased
Who can make an Inheritance Act claim?
The Inheritance Act provides rules as to who can bring an Inheritance Act claim. You are eligible to bring an Inheritance Act claim if you are/were:
The spouse or civil partner of the deceased.
The former spouse or civil partner of the deceased
Unmarried but living with the deceased as if the spouse or civil partner for a period of 2 years or more
The child of the deceased
Treated by the deceased as if you were his or her child
Financially dependent upon the deceased

No Win No Fee agreement

People are often worried about legal costs when they bring an Inheritance Act claim. If your case has good prospects, we will be prepared to consider pursuing your Inheritance Act claim on your behalf on a No Win No Fee basis.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

No Win No Fee agreement

People are often worried about legal costs when they bring an Inheritance Act claim. If your case has good prospects, we will be prepared to consider pursuing your Inheritance Act claim on your behalf on a No Win No Fee basis.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

No Win No Fee agreement

People are often worried about legal costs when they bring an Inheritance Act claim. If your case has good prospects, we will be prepared to consider pursuing your Inheritance Act claim on your behalf on a No Win No Fee basis.
  • FREE CONSULTATION
What is an Inheritance Act claim?
An Inheritance Act case is a claim to receive financial provision from a loved one’s estate. It is brought under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 in circumstances where a loved one has failed to make reasonable financial provision for you.
Time Limits to bring an Inheritance Act Claim

The rules of the Inheritance Act provide a 6-month time limit to bring an Inheritance Act claim.

That time-limit starts to run as soon probate is granted.

The court has a discretion to allow claims to continue outside of this time-limit, but only permits claims to do so in exceptional circumstances. It is therefore essential that you contact us as quickly as possible if you wish to pursue an Inheritance Act claim.

Do Not Delay.
Call or contact us online to see if our specialist will dispute team can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547
What is an Inheritance Act claim?
An Inheritance Act case is a claim to receive financial provision from a loved one’s estate. It is brought under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 in circumstances where a loved one has failed to make reasonable financial provision for you.
Time Limits to bring an Inheritance Act Claim

The rules of the Inheritance Act provide a 6-month time limit to bring an Inheritance Act claim.

That time-limit starts to run as soon probate is granted.

The court has a discretion to allow claims to continue outside of this time-limit, but only permits claims to do so in exceptional circumstances. It is therefore essential that you contact us as quickly as possible if you wish to pursue an Inheritance Act claim.

Do Not Delay.
Call or contact us online to see if our specialist will dispute team can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547
What is an Inheritance Act claim?
An Inheritance Act case is a claim to receive financial provision from a loved one’s estate. It is brought under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 in circumstances where a loved one has failed to make reasonable financial provision for you.
Time Limits to bring an Inheritance Act Claim

The rules of the Inheritance Act provide a 6-month time limit to bring an Inheritance Act claim.

That time-limit starts to run as soon probate is granted.

The court has a discretion to allow claims to continue outside of this time-limit, but only permits claims to do so in exceptional circumstances. It is therefore essential that you contact us as quickly as possible if you wish to pursue an Inheritance Act claim.

Do Not Delay.
Call or contact us online to see if our specialist will dispute team can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547
What is an Inheritance Act claim?
An Inheritance Act case is a claim to receive financial provision from a loved one’s estate. It is brought under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 in circumstances where a loved one has failed to make reasonable financial provision for you.
Time Limits to bring an Inheritance Act Claim

The rules of the Inheritance Act provide a 6-month time limit to bring an Inheritance Act claim.

That time-limit starts to run as soon probate is granted.

The court has a discretion to allow claims to continue outside of this time-limit, but only permits claims to do so in exceptional circumstances. It is therefore essential that you contact us as quickly as possible if you wish to pursue an Inheritance Act claim.

Do Not Delay.
Call or contact us online to see if our specialist will dispute team can assist you with your case.
0161 960 0547

Reasons to instruct us to help you with your Inheritance Act claim
Our team of specialist solicitors have many years of experience in bringing Inheritance Act claims on behalf of those in need of financial provision from the estate of a loved one. We have an excellent track record, settling Inheritance Act claims for more than 95% of our clients. We offer an efficient and compassionate service and understand the needs of those who need to challenge an estate.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

Reasons to instruct us to help you with your Inheritance Act claim
Our team of specialist solicitors have many years of experience in bringing Inheritance Act claims on behalf of those in need of financial provision from the estate of a loved one. We have an excellent track record, settling Inheritance Act claims for more than 95% of our clients. We offer an efficient and compassionate service and understand the needs of those who need to challenge an estate.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

Reasons to instruct us to help you with your Inheritance Act claim
Our team of specialist solicitors have many years of experience in bringing Inheritance Act claims on behalf of those in need of financial provision from the estate of a loved one. We have an excellent track record, settling Inheritance Act claims for more than 95% of our clients. We offer an efficient and compassionate service and understand the needs of those who need to challenge an estate.
  • FREE CONSULTATION

Reasons to instruct us to help you with your Inheritance Act claim
Our team of specialist solicitors have many years of experience in bringing Inheritance Act claims on behalf of those in need of financial provision from the estate of a loved one. We have an excellent track record, settling Inheritance Act claims for more than 95% of our clients. We offer an efficient and compassionate service and understand the needs of those who need to challenge an estate.
  • FREE CONSULTATION