We act for all parties including executors, beneficiaries and claimants, as well as parents and guardians of minors, and as such, have a uniquely rounded perspective. If litigation cannot be avoided our specialist knowledge maximises the prospects for a successful outcome. But many people fail to make a will or make it invalidly, which results in person dying intestate. The implication of this is that the crown decides how the estate of the deceased person should be split between the surviving relatives.
Problems can be solved relatively straightforward where there is only a surviving spouse. However others can lead to significant litigation, claims and counter-claims from the deceased persons family. We can guide you through the complex legal processes to help you make a successful challenge and gain an appropriate share or your loved one’s inheritance. We know that this is a highly sensitive and difficult time and therefore pride ourselves on being friendly and approachable but also highly professional.