Disputes over the identification of beneficiaries


Someone preparing a Will as a part of their business is under a legal duty of care to the beneficiaries to take reasonable skill and care when preparing it. But on occasion they can get it wrong.

In these circumstances, claims can be made on behalf of disappointed beneficiaries.

Alternatively, steps can be taken to rectify a Will if, as a result of clerical error, the Will that has been prepared does not reflect the wishes of the person who has died.

It may not be necessary to go to court and we are always happy to recommend alternative dispute resolutions.

For further information please contact Malcolm Martin on 020 8971 1030, or by email: malcolm.martin@morrlaw.com

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