It may be the case that the deceased owned property in his or her name, but that another person believes that they should have an interest in that property.
The basis of that belief could have arisen either because of discussions that took place between the deceased or arrangements with the deceased that took place during their lifetime.
We have extensive experience of advising clients upon pursuing and defending beneficial interest claims.
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If you do need help in any area of wills, trusts and estate disputes contact Lorna Trueman, a member of the Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS) and litigation partner directly on 01332 226 476 who will be able to discuss your needs in more depth.
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