Were you promised something by someone who has died, but have not received it under their Will?
If the deceased made a promise to you that has been broken you may be able to bring a claim if you can establish the following:
- That there was a promise
- That you did something to rely on that promise
- That what you did was to your detriment or you incurred a burden
Perhaps a disappointed beneficiary is claiming that the deceased made a promise to them that has been broken and you are an executor or another beneficiary.
No matter what your capacity we can advise and assist you in dealing with a proprietary estoppel claim.
Do you need help now?
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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