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Life Interest rather than capital awarded to cohabitant claimant in necessitous circumstances under the Inheritance Act 1975

In the recent High Court case of Banfield v Campbell [2018], a claim was brought under the Inheritance (Provision for Family Dependants) Act 1975 by the Deceased’s cohabitee, Mr Banfield. Mr Banfield who had lived

Charity Wills Legacy

Gifts in Wills are a vital source of income for many charitable organisations. Many rely on this income to sustain provision of their services for often the most vulnerable in our society. According to ‘Legacy

Kerry Morgan-Gould, Solicitor and Legal Director at Ashfords LLP, takes a closer look at the aging population and what impact this has on mental capacity and the effect on children who have elderly parents.

Even with the most careful planning and due diligence, trust disputes can and do arise. A trust dispute is any dispute that relates to the administration or running of a trust. Disputes can range from

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