Would you dispute an inheritance? TiM podcast

Would you dispute an inheritance if you thought it was unfair? This is Money podcast

Where there’s a will, there’s often a grumble… and potentially a full on dispute.

The amount of money involved in inheritances derived from even modest homes these days can be life changing and when someone feels they have been unfairly cut out or not given their dues, arguments can ensue.

There’s been a sharp rise in inheritance disputes, but why are they occurring, what can you do to protect your legacy and would you argue if you thought you’d been treated unfairly?

Georgie Frost, Tanya Jefferies and Simon Lambert discuss inheritances on this week’s podcast – and Simon tells us what he found out he needed to think about when he wrote his will.

Plus, will energy switching make a return and how much cheaper could bills become?

And on that note, how much has an energy saving drive actually saved Simon, which has invoved turning down the thermostat, putting the heating on less and switching off lights (but not being too militant about all this)?

Tanya fills us in on why the state pension top up system such a mess – and we look at the question of have you got what it takes for financial independence and retiring early?

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