Three sisters have won a dispute with their father’s widow over the validity of his will, which he made shortly before he died.
The law governing the writing of wills needs to be updated to reflect modern understanding of dementia and mental capacity.
A mother with a troubled background has won the right to oppose adoption proceedings involving her youngest child.
The High Court has enabled a family to take over the ownership and running of a company after the owner died.
A wife has been told that the assets of a trust she set up with her husband cannot be included in their divorce settlement.
A man has been prevented from inheriting a house that he claimed was a ‘deathbed gift’ from his mother.
A father has lost his appeal against a court ruling that he cannot take his sons to live outside of the UK even though they want to go with him.
The High Court has settled a dispute between a father and son over the division of shares in a property they bought as a joint venture.
A family have been told they cannot make a claim on their stepmother’s estate following the death of her husband.
The government has postponed its proposed increases in probate application fees because there won’t be time to introduce them before the coming election.