Testamentary gifts: What happens when there is a change in value of gifts between making a will and death?

It is difficult to establish want of knowledge and approval where a defendant has made a specific gift. Sarah Bolt reviews a case in point The court held that the lack of mathematical equality at the time of death did nothing to undermine the rationality of the provisions which the solicitor was instructed to incorporate …
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Cases Referenced

  • Skillett v Skillett [2022] EWHC 233 (Ch); [2022] WTLR 679 ChD