Inheritance and Will Disputes

Inheritance and Will disputes are often complex due to the nature of the law and the family relationships involved.


The types of dispute that often arise include:


  • Claims by unmarried cohabitees where there is no Will

  • Claims for reasonable financial provision by family or dependants

  • Rectification of errors in Wills

  • Disputes with, or between, Beneficiaries

  • Interpretation of ambiguous terms in a Will

  • Wills made under duress

  • Wills made by a testator with insufficient capacity

  • Disputes with, or between, Executors

  • Application for removal of Executors

  • Disputes relating to the Grant of Probate

  • Claims for promises which have been relied on to be met

  • Inadequate financial provision has been made for you by the deceased

  • Assets missing from an estate

  • Representation in court proceedings


This is a complex area of the law and requires expert advice. Please contact us on 0208 974 7490 or info@roselegal.co.uk for a consultation to discuss the best way forward for you and we will provide you with further and specific advice tailored to your circumstances.

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