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Posted 30 May, 2018 10:09:54
Wall V Munday – Case Focus
The recent appeal case of Wall v Munday [2018] EWHC 879 (Ch) has provided a useful update in relation to properties co-owned as both joint tenants and tenants in common.

Bryan Wall and Christine Munday married in 1969 and divorced in 1974. During that marriage, they bought a house (7 Wellsmoor Gardens) as joint tenants. Following their s...
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Posted 10 May, 2018 11:24:50
The Case of the Torn Up Will
The Contentious Trusts and Probate Department at Meridian Private Client advise clients on the options available to them when a loved one passes away and they have been apparently disinherited or a family member is acting suspiciously to the client’s detriment.

The below case study outlines how and why solicitors dealing with contentious...
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Posted 09 May, 2018 14:21:28
Why use a Certainty Will Search when the validity of a Will is in dispute?
by Anna Wonnacott

I am regularly approached by members of the public who have concerns about whether or not a person’s Will is valid.

For a Will to be valid, it must:

Have been made in accordance with section 9 of the Wills Act 1937 (it is in writing, signed by the testator (or by another in their presence and...
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