My Step-Parent Has Changed Their Mirror Will – Can I Still Inherit

My Step-Parent Has Changed Their Mirror Will – Can I Still Inherit?

One of the most bitter and increasingly frequent Wills disputes cases we are currently seeing is that where the children of a deceased parent seek our advice after suspecting their step-parent has changed the Will they created whilst their parent was alive and disinherited them in favour of their (the step-parent’s) own biological children.

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How To Make A Claim Under The Inheritance Act 1975

How To Make A Claim Under The Inheritance Act 1975

The recent release of Prince Harry’s autobiography, Spare, illustrates just how fractious family relationships can be. Although most families would be hard pressed to match the Windsor in both wealth and the occasional rancour towards each other, when it comes to money and inheritances, claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 (Inheritance Act 1975) can demonstrate that each unhappy family is indeed “unhappy in its own way”.

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