Trust or inheritance disputes
Need to challenge a will?
Facing a dispute over a trust fund?
Family dynamics often create tensions and at a time of bereavement when emotions are running high, disputes can sometimes arise. This may be the case when a close relative’s will was not as expected and you may suspect foul play or feel you have been treated unfairly. Making a legal challenge to a will or a trust requires sensitive handling and you will want to get the expert advice you need as quickly as possible. Myers & Co are here to support you when such disputes arise over wills, trust and inheritance matters.
Our team have specialist knowledge of the laws of probate and the complexity of such cases. We can advise you on disputes regarding:
- the validity of a will;
- financial provision for dependants;
- misuse of a power of attorney
- breach of trust regarding a trust fund.
Along every step of the process, we will endeavour to work with you to solve your dispute avoiding litigation where possible. With the growing complexity of family structures, we understand that your case will be unique and require a practical approach. Therefore if litigation cannot be avoided you can rely on our expert solicitors to get you the results you need.
Our success rate in trust and inheritance disputes is evident in one of our recent cases, where we concluded a claim on behalf of a widow for over £1 million. Do not hesitate to get in touch with our team, who are always on hand to advise you with professionalism and understanding.
Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our specialist solicitors have helped resolve a wide range of disputes. For further advice contact our dispute resolution solicitors or call Myers & Co on 01782 577000.
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