Jordan Holland successful in arguing that will provided maintenance for testator’s children

Jordan Holland successfully argued that a clause in a will had the effect of providing an annuity for his clients’ maintenance.

Rose J handed down judgment in Tish v Olley, finding that Jordan’s arguments were clear and straightforward and rejected the arguments advanced on behalf of the testator’s second wife.

The judgment was given in a preliminary issue ordered in a claim brought by Jordan’s clients pursuant to the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.

A link to the judgment can be found here.