Enforcing the promise made by a deceased person

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Enforcing a promise made by a deceased person

A common element in family life is that there is an expectation of inheritance, sometimes that expectation is increased when promises have been made. If a promise is made and you rely on that promise to your detriment and then do not receive the inheritance you were expecting under the terms of the deceased’s Will, you could potentially legally enforce that promise.


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