At Stirling Ackroyd Legal, we understand that it can be challenging to budget for legal fees – especially during this trying time with the current hardships we are all facing.
Disputes over Wills, Trusts and Inheritance often occur at times of emotional vulnerability and bringing or defending such claims can become very demanding and stressful extremely quickly.
At Stirling Ackroyd Legal we handle disputes regarding wills, trusts and inheritance professionally and alleviate a portion of the burden that may ensue during this difficult time.
Seeking legal advice at an early stage will help to resolve matters and is, at times, crucial to potentially avoiding litigation and costly court proceedings.
Disputes are often extremely varied due to the nature of different family dynamics. We act for trustees, executors, personal representatives, protectors, beneficiaries, charities and individuals claiming against estates, trustees or other parties.
We can help in areas such as:
- Claims for financial provision under inheritance
- Validity of wills
- Removal of executors, personal representatives and trustees
- Disputes with executors
- Application to the court of protection
- Breach of trusts
- Professional negligence
Whatever the dispute may be, in regards to Wills, Trust and Inheritance Dispute, you can be confident that we can handle your case efficiently.
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