When someone dies, family members can be dissatisfied with their inheritance. Some can even be convinced that their relative was not mentally capable of making such decisions. Perhaps the deceased person gave everything to one child and nothing to another, or they decided to leave their money to charity instead of their spouse.

If you have concerns about the will of a relative who has died or you believe you have been unfairly treated by a deceased relative then it is very important you seek specialist legal advice immediately.

Stowe Family Law’s solicitors are members of The Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and regularly analyse and write about the law. We are able to provide sound, practical and timely legal advice on complex cases involving disputed trusts, disputed wills, or where there are disputes between trustees and beneficiaries.

Our services include:

  • Specialist advice on claims against an estate for reasonable financial provision to be made for a disappointed beneficiary
  • Acting for executors to defend claims against an estate
  • Disputes involving lasting power of attorney

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