Section 117 of The Succession Act 1965 – Claims for Proper Provision

Family disputes are common in probate law, particularly cases involving children who have not benefited from a parent’s Will. This one-hour lecture gives an outline of the relevant principles in such cases and covers the appropriate practice and procedure in such cases. The lecture also analyses the latest case law in this area.

The lecture covers a number of topics, including:

  • Relevant principles
  • Proper provision
  • Practice and procedure
  • High Court procedure
  • Circuit Court procedure
  • Time-limits
  • Settlement of Section 117 claims
  • The hearing – In Chambers
  • Costs
  • Recent cases

Teaching method:  

e-Lecture, PowerPoint;

Duration & pricing:

  • Net-Duration: 1 hour

To book this lecture please refer to: 2023 Legal CPD programme

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