Podcast discusses the rise in inheritance disputes

In the latest Topical Talks with Title Research podcast, Dicky Davies, Business Development Director at Tower Street Finance, joins Anthony Allsopp, Head of Business at Title Research, to discuss how blended families, co-habiting couples and DIY Wills could all be contributing to the rise in inheritance disputes.

More specifically, the podcast explores:

  • Why do inheritance disputes continue to rise?
  • The increase in blended families, cohabiting couples and DIY Wills
  • Tower Street Finance’s research in this area
  • What can be done to educate the public?
  • Predictions for inheritance disputes over the coming years

Listen to Dicky Davies’ episode now:

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Topical Talks with Title Research is a podcast about estate administration, probate and other areas of interest in the Wills and probate sector. In each episode, Title Research speaks to a highly regarded individual from the industry about their specialism and current popular topics of conversation.

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Title Research provides a range of genealogical research and asset repatriation services for legal professionals. Their services are designed to streamline the estate administration process, to take the effort out of locating the correct people or assets, and to mitigate against the risk of future dispute or complications. If you have any questions about genealogical research, asset repatriation or how you can work with Title Research, call them on 0345 87 27 600 or email [email protected].

 

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