The Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 means that if you are a:
- Spouse or civil partner
- Financially dependent person of the deceased
and you have not been adequately provided for in their Will, then you may bring a claim. Alternatively, if the deceased did not make a Will and you have been left without provision then you may also be able to make a claim under the Act.
Our team are experienced in bringing and defending claims of this nature and would be happy to assist you with any enquiries you have.
Directordlumb@stonegatelaw.com 0113 468 9011
Solicitorhrodgers@stonegatelaw.com 0113 468 9008
Directorvlumb@stonegatelaw.com 0113 468 9010