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A frequently traveled route to challenge the validity of a Will is to allege the testator did not know or approve its contents. But what does this mean?
Is there a time limit to make a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975? Noel explains the time restrictions in his latest blog.
Deathbed gifts – which also go by the antiquated term Donatio Mortis Causa (DMC) – bypass the usual requirements when a person wishes to leave part or the whole of their property to chosen beneficiaries. No Will is required if a deathbed gift is made provided three key conditions are met...