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  • Overview

    We acted for a mother whose son brought a claim against her on the basis that she held the family home for the benefit of him. The home was in the mother’s sole name and she needed to sell it. A claim was made but we were able to advise the client that it was very weak and to resist it. The property was sold by the client despite the son’s efforts to prevent the sale completing by lodging restrictions against its title at the Land Registry. We were able to oversee the completion of the sale and satisfy the Land Registry requirements in this complicated scenario. Once the property was sold the son gave up on his claim.

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    Our objective is to achieve swift, realistic results in the most cost efficient and risk free manner possible. Our Dispute Resolution team specialise in resolving a wide range of disputes for individuals.  

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    When someone dies, bitter disputes can arise between family members or between family and non-family beneficiaries such as charities.

    Will disputes

    A will is no ordinary document.  It is the expression of the last, yet most important decision anyone can ever make.  It disposes of everything a person has had.  The extraordinary nature of what a will is, means that when it comes to doubts or disagreement over a will’s validity or effect, you want to be sure that the adviser you have on your side is a true specialist.

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