If you are left out of someone’s will there are two realistic courses of legal action. You can try to claim that the will is invalid. This is only going to be a viable course of action if, by invalidating the will, you stand to receive something from...
When married couples separate, there are some cases whereby neither party wish for there to be a divorce, either at that stage or in the longer term, but they do wish for their financial arrangements to be clearly set out. In such circumstances we can help by preparing a separation agreement for you, which is essentially a contract setting out the terms of your separation.
This is equally the case for couples who did not marry, but have separated or intend to separate and they are in agreement about what their financial arrangements will be.
If the couple have not yet agreed what their financial settlement will be, we can help by negotiating the financial settlement and then, once agreed, by drawing by the Separation Agreement.