Making an inheritance claim against your mother’s estate

If you are thinking about making an inheritance claim against your mother's estate then our expert lawyers are here to help. Call for a free case assessment and details of no win, no fee funding on 0808 139 1606 or send an email to us at [email protected]

Settlement of daughter’s inheritance claim against her mother’s estate is reached at mediation

Our contentious probate team recently represented Mrs B at a successful mediation of her claim against her mother’s estate under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.
Her inheritance claim had been defended by her children, her brother, her niece and her nephew. Mrs B had been excluded from her mother’s will following a long period of estrangement arising from a family argument that had taken place many years ago.
Mrs B felt that her exclusion from the will was unfair and that she should be entitled to receive financial provision from her late mother’s estate. We agreed with her and pursued an Inheritance Act claim on her behalf.
Mediation is a popular way of resolving inheritance disputes and is a cheaper and faster alternative to normal court proceedings. In this case all the parties to the dispute agreed to take part in a mediation in an attempt to reach an out of court settlement of the inheritance claim.
We successfully negotiated a five figure settlement for Mrs B at the mediation which provided for full payment of her legal costs associated with her inheritance claim.

If you would like to talk to an experienced lawyer about making an inheritance claim against your mother’s estate then call us for a free case assessment and details of no win, no fee funding on 0808 139 1606. Alternatively simply send an email to us at [email protected] with brief details of the claim you would like to make.

Naomi Ireson

Naomi Ireson

Naomi is a specialist inheritance dispute lawyer and one of England’s leading practitioners in this complex field. Her areas of practice include claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, challenges to the validity of wills and beneficial interest claims involving estoppel and constructive trusts. She also deals with Court of Protection cases.
Naomi Ireson

Naomi Ireson

Naomi is a specialist inheritance dispute lawyer and one of England’s leading practitioners in this complex field. Her areas of practice include claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, challenges to the validity of wills and beneficial interest claims involving estoppel and constructive trusts. She also deals with Court of Protection cases.

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