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Table of contents
Issue 34, March 2020
This issue contains general updating and additional material taking account of legislative and case-law developments since the last issue so that the law is stated as at 1 March 2020.
- Frequently Encountered Issues Arising in 1975 Act Claims
- The Practical Approach to Claims: Conducting the Case
- The Practical Approach to Claims: Part 2
- Who is an Eligible Claimant?
- Problems which may Affect the Claims of Applicants who would Otherwise be Eligible
- What is Reasonable Financial Provision?
- The Matters to which the Court Must Have Regard under Section 3 of the 1975 Act
- Special Factors under Section 3
- Problems with the Net Estate
- Assessing the Value of Claims: What is the Claim Worth?
- The Position of the Personal Representative in Claims under the 1975 Act
- The Powers of the Court
- Taxation and the 1975 Act
- Procedure, Hearings and Costs
- The Mediation of the 1975 Act Claims
- 1975 Act Claims, Will Drafting and Other Advice
- Statutory Materials etc
- Checklists and Questionnaires
- Case Summaries