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Dispute resolution insights

Does the testator need to have died before a beneficiary can dispute a will?
The case of Moore v Moore 2016 EWHC 2202 (Ch), which was considered by the Court of Appeal yesterday, interestingly found that a father (Roger
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The rise of will and estate disputes
The estates of the late George Michael, Nelson Mandela and Jimi Hendrix, to name a few, all hit the headlines because they were disputed. George
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Who pays the legal costs for disputing a will?
Discovering that a loved one’s will is not as it was expected to be can cause even more strain at an already difficult time. Even
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How does the Deregulation Act affect assured shorthold tenancies?
The Deregulation Act 2015 came into force on 01 October 2015. The new provisions made it more difficult for landlords to obtain possession from a
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When is a promise a promise?
Many people rely on ‘promises’ made to them by family and close friends and as a result, alter their lives based upon being told that
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Reasonable financial provision: the Lewis v Warner case
The Court of Appeal delivered its first judgment in a case brought by a cohabitee under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.
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