Should you be able to leave your money to whoever you want to?

Justin Sadler talks to Andrew Peach on BBC Radio Berkshire, March 16th 2017


Should you be able to leave your money to whoever you want to?Following a ruling by the Supreme Court, Probate expert Justin Sadler of Barrett & Co solicitors in Reading was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire's Andrew Peach.

This case is "groundbreaking", says Justin, because adult children who are financially independent of the deceased are less likely to be considered to have grounds to make a claim when a parent chooses not leave them anything in their will.

 

 Further reading

Will, Trust and Inheritance Disputes

Private Client (Wills & Probate)

Barrett & Co's Jane Whitfield on BBC Radio

Inheritance Disputes Reach Record High [Podcast]

Right of elderly woman to leave her home to whomever she wishes upheld

 
What is Contentious Probate?
Disputes over Wills, Trusts and Inheritance are increasingly common. If you want to make sure that your wishes are carried out after you die, you need to seek advice from a qualified solicitor. And if you feel you have been unfairly treated in the execution of a Will, there may be something you can do. Start by booking a one-hour fixed-fee consultation with a qualified expert in Wills & Probate at Barrett & Co's offices in Queens Road, Reading, Berkshire.

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