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Illott v Mitson: Can a will be challenged by a disinherited party?

Wed 12 Aug 2015

Illott v Mitson: Can a will be challenged by a disinherited party?

The Court of Appeal recently ruled in favour of the disinherited party in the case of Illot v Mitson

Does your will omit to provide for a child or children? An application under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 can change matters. 

Seek legal advice!

For full details of this case and its implications, click here

To speak to an expert, please contact:

Geoffrey Ditz of JPC Law

e. gditz@jpclaw.co.uk

t. 020 7644 7282

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