Legal Aid (public funding) for inheritance disputes, contested wills and contentious probate cases
We have developed a package of funding options for inheritance disputes, contested wills and contentious probate cases.
As well as working on the traditional private client basis or, in certain instances, under a no win – no fee agreement (CFA). We can in limited circumstances obtain public funding (often known as Legal Aid) where the claimant in an Inheritance Act claim is a minor child or where the cases involves TOLATA issues.
To qualify for Legal Aid / Public Funding you must be both financially eligible and have a case with reasonable prospects of success.
If you think your case might be suitable for Legal Aid / Public Funding then contact us now for a FREE assessment of its merits by one of our specialist solicitors.
You can find out if you are likely to be eligible for Legal Aid/Public Funding on the basis of you financial means by following the ‘Legal Aid calculator’ linkhttp://www.communitylegaladvice.ork.uk/en/legalaid/.jsp