When a loved one passes away, leaving a will, disagreements can arise because of the terms of that will. There can be disputes about who or what is included or excluded and sometimes, whether there is a valid will at all. The law is not straightforward when it comes to interpreting wills and so the best way to sort things out is by seeking professional expert advice and guidance.
If there is no will - then the laws relating to intestacy will apply and what these say should happen to someone's estate and who has control over it can lead to family disagreements.
QualitySolicitors Belshaws can help you to understand where you and your family stand and what can be done to resolve any such disputes.
Our role is to offer practical and professional advice. Options, costs and timescales will be explained before we start work for you. Not all disputes will require court action - many can be resolved through sensible negotiation and mediation.