- September 25, 2020
- By Tom Dickinson
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Understanding Inheritance Claims: Frequently Asked Questions
To round up our series Understanding Inheritance Claims, partner Oliver Jackson and solicitor Tom Dickinson answered questions the team are frequently asked surrounding the matter of Inheritance claims.
- Who can bring a claim under the 1975 act?
- How long do I have to bring a claim under the 1975 act?
- What is financial provision and what does it mean?
- What will the court take into account when determining financial provision?
- What Orders can the court make?
- Who pays the legal costs of a claim?
- Who will end up paying the cost at the end?
- What if the deceased’s interests are tied up in jointly held assets?
- What evidence will I need to support my claim?
Thank you for tuning into our week long series, if you missed any of the weeks content please see the list below with links to the entire series. If you believe that you have a claim, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our specialist Contentious Probate team.
Understanding Inheritance Claims: Week overview.
Monday – Oliver Jackson discusses Obtaining a legacy.
Tuesday – Beth Holden discusses interim orders in Inheritance Acts claims
Wednesday – Tom Dickinson discusses Claiming as a cohabitant
Thursday – Beth Holden offers a case study analysis of Re H (Deceased)
Friday – Frequently asked Questions session with Oliver Jackson and Tom Dickinson
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