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Financial Planning

Where there's a will… there's a conflict

By Rosie Carr , 31 July 2015

The UK's high number of second marriages and soaring house prices are two of the ingredients that have led to a big jump in legal disputes over inheritances. But it is possible to reduce the risk of arguments. Rosie Carr explains

Where there's a will… there's a conflict

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