Legal Advice in resolving conflicts with Wills, Inheritance Laws and Probate.

Legal Advice in resolving conflicts with Wills, Inheritance Laws and Probate. from Barrister For Me

By: Barrister For Me  11/11/2014
Keywords: wills, law firm, probate

People living longer, second marriages, cohabitation, widespread home ownership and house price inflation mean that disputes about wills and home ownership are more common. Is the will valid? What are the assets? Has reasonable financial provision been made? What should the executors do? We regularly advise and litigate on these issues. Resulting and constructive trusts need to be resolved when partners and families separate, and on death. We can help with all of these and get a freezing injunction to prevent the dispersal or export of assets. We can help you with Testamentary capacity, including temporary incapacity, Alzheimer's and poisoning of affections Undue influence by carers, friends and family Setting aside gifts Establishing beneficial ownership of assets Inheritance Act claims by spouses, second spouses, partners, children and dependents Constructive and resulting trusts Construction of trusts Forgery and fraud Scientific proof of kinship.

Keywords: Barrister, inheritance, law firm, probate, Probate Lawyer, wills

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