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https://plus.google.com/113831465471027267828 Rees Page Solicitors : Heather Ilott hit the headlines in 2011 when the Court of Appeal ordered that she be paid £163,000 out...
Heather Ilott hit the headlines in 2011 when the Court of Appeal ordered that she be paid £163,000 out of her late mother’s estate even though her mother had made no provision for her daughter in her Will instead leaving her entire £486,000 estate to three animal charities following a long standing disagreement with Mrs Ilott.

The animal charities, for who bequests of this type form an important part of their income, appealed the Court’s decision and the dispute reached a conclusion recently following a decision of the Supreme Court to reduce the amount awarded to £50,000.

The Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act, under which Mrs Ilott was awarded a share of her late mother’s estate was intended to help protect the close dependents of someone who has died – preventing for example a step-parent from impoverishing children by walking off with everything.

The effect of the legislation may mean that you are no longer free to decide who should benefit from your Will and have a share of your estate following your death.

If you wish to exclude a dependent from your Will it’s important to take specialist advice to understand what is possible and what steps can be taken to reduce the possibility of the Court overriding your wishes following death.

To find out more contact our experienced private client team on 01902 577777 or email info@reespage.co.uk

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Court overturns daughter's win over estranged mother's will | Law | The Guardian

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Owen jones is a back stabing socialist that wants to import as many blacks and Muslims as possible so he can feel good about himself he eats soclisam and shits out a diet of cultural Marxism that stinks to high hevan of the kelegi plan and elitist shit that no man or woman wants for the future of the western world 
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