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Council’s Care Fees House Grab Attempt Stymied by CourtJune 9, 2014

The fear that the local council will force the sale of the family home is a real one for many elderly people and their families. Recently,...

Is Grief Enough to Sustain a Challenge to a Will?May 27, 2014

When a man's wife died, his decision to execute a new will less than a month later led to a legal challenge. Two earlier wills had...

Signature On Will Was a Clever Forgery, Rules CourtMay 16, 2014

In resolving a bitter family dispute, the High Court had no hesitation in finding that the signature on a woman's purported last will was a...

Schizophrenic’s Will Upheld By CourtMay 8, 2014

A recent decision shows that the courts place a heavy burden of proof on those who claim that a will should be invalidated because the...

Deadlock Forces Sale When Family Inherits BusinessApril 22, 2014

When a family business is handed down and ownership is split between two or more members of the next generation, the result can all too...

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