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Category: Sarah Young

by Ridley & Hall in Contentious probate, James Urquhart-Burton, Sarah Young, Will Disputes posted May 1, 2024.

Steps You Can Take If You Are Overdue An Inheritance

If you’re the beneficiary of a will and you have concerns over the executors who are administering the estate, you’ll […]

by Ridley & Hall in Probate & Estate Administration, Sarah Young, Trust disputes, Trusts posted April 15, 2024.

Executor Misconduct: What are the problems and solutions?

A Judge at a criminal trial at Swansea Crown court is currently considering whether a mother and grandfather of two […]

by Ridley & Hall in Estates, Sarah Young, Trusts, Will Disputes, Wills posted February 13, 2024.

Can I Challenge a Decision by a Trustee?

What did a stuffed pike have to do with a court case over a trust? It was a factor leading […]

by Ridley & Hall in Inheritance & will disputes, Sarah Young, Wills posted December 15, 2023.

Undue Influence in Will disputes

Making a will is generally better than not making a will; you choose who inherits, how much, and when. You […]

by Ridley & Hall in Inheritance & will disputes, James Urquhart-Burton, Sarah Young posted October 30, 2023.

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 […]

by Ridley & Hall in Sarah Young, Will Disputes, Wills posted October 13, 2023.

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 […]

by Ridley & Hall in Financial Abuse, Sarah Young posted August 21, 2023.

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 […]

by Ridley & Hall in Missing People, Sarah Young posted June 19, 2023.

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 […]

by Ridley & Hall in Sarah Young, Will Disputes, Wills posted May 31, 2023.

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 […]

by Ridley & Hall in Inheritance & will disputes, Sarah Young, Will Disputes, Wills posted April 13, 2023.

Caveat; what’s that?

The word ‘caveat’ is Latin and means literally ‘let him beware’. In terms of will disputes, it means a notice […]



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