Category: Sarah Young
Q&A: How should an Executor Respond to an Inheritance Claim?
The Starting Point: What is an Executor’s duty? To effectively respond to a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family […]
Promises and Will Disputes
“The best way to keep one’s word is not to give it” said Napoleon Bonaparte. Wise words indeed, especially in […]
Predatory Marriage: A Guide to a New Form of Financial Abuse
Predatory Marriage; a guide to a new form of financial abuse by Sarah Young explores the alarming issue of predatory […]
Police Prioritise Day-to-Day Crimes: What It Means for Low-Risk Missing Persons
In a report by the Sunday Times on June 11, 2023, it was revealed that the police will no longer […]
Can I Remove an Executor of a Will?
Usually, the answer to this question will be ‘no’. The circumstances under which an executor can be removed from their […]
Caveat; what’s that?
The word ‘caveat’ is Latin and means literally ‘let him beware’. In terms of will disputes, it means a notice […]
Undue influence in will dispute cases
A judge has found that a ‘campaign of undue influence’ has invalidated a will, following a legal battle which concluded […]
Mothers and Daughters….
With Mother’s Day not far away, the shops are full of gifts and cards. But some mother/daughter relationships can unravel […]
Property Owners – Scam Prevention Warning and Why You Need to Set Up a Land Registry Property Alert
Are you a homeowner in South Elmsall or the surrounding area? If so, can you imagine the nightmare scenario of coming […]
When can a ‘mistake’ in a will be corrected?
A headline in the Mail on 20th January 2023 is a classic example of not letting the facts get in […]