Inheritance Claims.

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In certain circumstances English law allows claims to be made against the Estate of a deceased person whether they died leaving a Will or not.

It is therefore important to obtain expert legal advice both in terms of making a Will and also in relation to what possible claims you may have over the Estate of somebody who has died.

In certain circumstances cases can also be brought on behalf of children. The main categories of people who may be able to bring claims include a spouse, financial dependents, children, and also in certain circumstances a cohabitee or a former spouse.

It is important that expert advice is obtained quickly as there are time limits within which claims must be brought.

Please visit Contesting A Will for further information on how to contest a will if your spouse has died without leaving proper Provision for you or your children.


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