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Will and inheritance disputes

The terms of a Will can cause distress. If there isn’t one, this is difficult too. Moore and Tibbits can advise on any matter where a will or inheritance is in dispute.

When a loved one passes, leaving a will, very often, disagreement arises because of the terms of that will. Disputes can arise about who or what is included or excluded and sometimes, whether there is a will at all. Naturally, emotions run high and the only way to sort things out is by seeking expert guidance. Moore and Tibbits can help you do things the right way, so you can have total peace of mind.

At Moore and Tibbits, our role is to offer calm, friendly and professional advice. If you dispute any part of a Will, or the entire estate, we can explain what your rights are. We do the same if it is being disputed by another party. Options, costs and timescales will be discussed before we start work for you. Disputing an estate is a complex area of law. In everything that we do for you, we will explain using the plainest language we can. It is our job is to ensure you feel completely at ease.

If you need further help and advice regarding a Will and inheritance dispute, our specialist team are here to help. Call us on 01926 354704 today.

Team members

Sioban Calcott FCILEx
Senior Associate | Head of Dispute Resolution

News and media

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    • Posted on May 16, 2022
      Disputes around Wills and inheritance are one of the most sensitive areas of law. Disagreements can arise because of the terms of the Will, whether it was valid or even maybe whether there is a Will at all. Whilst many disputes can be misunderstandings or may be resolved through negotiation, some will go to court.
    • Posted on January 28, 2021
      When a loved one dies leaving a Will, sometimes disagreement can arise because of the terms of the Will, whether it was valid or even maybe whether there is a Will at all. Many people think that it is enough to write their wishes and intentions on a piece of paper and this can be used as their Will, but this can lead to huge problems for family members and could mean that your intended wishes are not carried out as you wanted them to be.
    • Posted on July 23, 2020
      If you are going through a divorce or separation, your Will is probably the last thing on your mind but this new change in your life could have a huge impact on who would benefit on your death.

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