Helping you to achieve a fair and satisfactory result.
If you are a spouse, child or dependent of someone who has died and you feel that the deceased did not make reasonable financial provision for you in his or her Will or if the intestacy rules result in distribution of the deceased’s estate which does not make reasonable financial provision for you, then you may be able to make a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975.
We, at Blythe Liggins, have considerable experience in acting for those bringing a claim under the 1975 Act and for those resisting such a claim.
This is a specialist area of law and we have the specialist knowledge to ensure that you achieve a fair and satisfactory result. It is also an area of law where there are often relationship issues which needs to be sensitively handled.
We have experience of resolving 1975 Act claims by negotiation, mediation and litigation. We have excellent professional contacts with barristers specialising in this area of law and are able to tap into their expertise whenever it is necessary to do so.