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by Ridley&Hall in Inheritance & will disputes, James Urquhart-Burton, Sarah Young posted February 19, 2021.

Inheritance Act claims – If you miss the boat, there may not be another!

In the recent case of Wickham v Riley [2020] EWHC 3711 (Fam), the High Court allowed a claimant to issue […]


by Ridley&Hall in Inheritance & will disputes, Inheritance Tax, James Urquhart-Burton, Sarah Young posted February 12, 2021.

Will Disputes: Who Pays?

Legal costs and who pays them in will disputes;  this is not a topic that many people get excited about. […]


by Ridley&Hall in Contentious probate, Inheritance & will disputes, Sarah Young posted January 28, 2021.

Inheritance Battle over ‘secret trust’

The Daily Mail has today reported on a case currently in the High Court involving a “bitter inheritance fight” brought […]


by Ridley&Hall in Contentious probate, Sarah Young, Trust disputes, Will Disputes, Wills posted January 19, 2021.

Court Decision on Forged Wills; Bad News for Fraudsters

A Judge has made a startling finding in a case about a forged Will which could lead to many more […]


Problematic Personal Representatives – Executors who aren’t doing their job

Being an executor of someone’s will comes with a lot more responsibility than many people think. From administering an estate […]


It’s a Fake Will; Undue Influence and Wills

A challenge to the validity of a will is often accompanied by a deep sense of moral outrage. That was […]


Dementia and Will Disputes; what do executors need to know?

Challenges to wills on the grounds of lack of mental capacity are likely to increase. An ageing population combined with […]


NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding and Dementia

Dementia presents in different ways which often leads to a diagnosis of a specific type of dementia, although it is […]


(Constructive) Trust no one

A fight between 3 siblings over their late mother’s home which led to a 5 day trial in the Central […]


by Ridley&Hall in Elderly Abuse, Financial Abuse, James Urquhart-Burton, Samantha Hirst, Sarah Young posted June 24, 2020.

When can a property transfer be set aside?

The transfer of all or part of an interest in a property is a hugely important issue as for many […]


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