Emotional and financial abuse – reasonable financial provision?

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15/06/2021

Cameron Stocks of Hardwicke and James Urquhart-Burton of Ridley & Hall Solicitors reflect on a recent case involving allegations of emotional and financial abuse.

The case required the authors to consider whether the lasting effects of abuse could give rise to a claim for reasonable financial provision under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 by a daughter against her father’s estate.

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Cameron Stocks

Call: 2015

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