Contentious Executries and Legal Rights
We are also well aware that, unfortunately, at times of a bereavement, family circumstances can become acrimonious and the estate of the deceased can become contentious. This can be for a variety of reasons: family members do not agree on how money should be distributed, or expected the Will to differ in its terms. The confusion can come from a lack of a Will, or a Will that has unusual terms.
We are experienced in advising family members on their entitlements to an estate and assisting them in retrieving this entitlement.
Ross Brown, Partner and Registered Trust & Estate Practitioner E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 0141 221 8012
Lynn Melville, Partner and Registered Trust & Estate Practitioner E: email@example.com T: 0131 222 2939