Inheritance Act claims


Inheritance claims can be brought by individuals on the grounds that adequate financial provision has not been made for them.

Claims can be brought:

  • whether or not there is a Will in existence
  • by a current or former husband or wife (including a same-sex civil partner)
  • by a cohabitee of more than two years
  • by an adult or minor child of the deceased, or other dependants

  • Calculating the value of a claim can be complex and takes into account several elements, including the needs of the claimant, the needs of other beneficiaries and the size and nature of the estate.

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