At Royds Withy King we are still able to serve all your legal needs during the Coronavirus pandemic. Find out more.

Search our news, events & opinions

12 December 2012 0 Comments
Posted in Case Studies

Defending a claim brought by mother’s carer

Author headshot image Posted by , Partner

James* and Kristina were beneficiaries of their late mother’s estate. They were facing a claim from their late mother’s carer, Isobel, that she should be entitled to a share of their mother’s estate too.

Isobel claimed that she had provided nursing care for their mother relying on a promise from the mother that Isobel would benefit from her estate on her death.

We proved that not only had there been no clear promise made to Isobel, but also that Isobel had not suffered any disadvantage in these circumstances.

Isobel withdrew her action and James and Kristina were able to receive their full share of their mother’s estate.

*For confidentiality, we have protected the names of our clients.

Contact us today to find out how our lawyers can help you or your business

0800 923 2073     Email usenquiries@roydswithyking.com

Leave a comment

Thank you for choosing to leave a comment. Please keep in mind that comments are moderated and please do not use a spammy keyword or a domain as your name or it will be deleted.

*required*

**required*

*optional*

Case Studies

Learn more

Partner

T: 01225 730 238 (DDI)
Email

Search our news, events & opinions