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  • Reply to Legal question
    by KTC
    I guess any such assessment now would be good clear evidence that any alleged Will signed recently that magically appears later should be overturned if/when challenged....
    01-03-2021, 13:32 PM
  • Legal question
    by mind the gap
    Hi all, hope you're keeping safe.

    Not sure which forum to put this in - happy for Moderator to move if appropriate.

    Scenario is as follows. In 2018, elderly widower changes the will he made jointly with wife in 1980s. He does it all properly, using a solicitor and include...
    01-03-2021, 13:01 PM
  • Reply to Legal question
    by mind the gap
    Thanks jpkeates.

    I'm wondering whether the fact that the daughter was threatened by the family with prosecution if she didn't repay the money she'd taken, would have any leverage if she tried to produce the third Will after his death?

    The problem is that apparently the father...
    01-03-2021, 13:25 PM
  • Reply to Legal question
    by mind the gap
    Thank you Berlingogirl. Those powers of attorney have been in place for some time ( three of his other offspring jointly hold them) but can presumably only be activated to prevent him signing a new Will when the father is deemed medically to lack capacity?

    Is there anything the family...
    01-03-2021, 13:20 PM
  • Reply to Your move references
    by jpkeates
    Agents seem to get a basic recommendation, yes, yes but only with guarantor or no.
    As I don't rent with guarantors, the only result I'd personally accept is yes.
    01-03-2021, 13:11 PM
  • Your move references
    by MrsB27
    Can anyone give me any information on your move referencing please?

    myself and my husband have paid holding deposit and been down with our passports to arrange right to rent check. They have advised referencing is done through Experian or equifax and that it’s nothing to worry about....
    28-02-2021, 19:57 PM
  • Reply to Another way to suffer from Covid
    by Perce
    I would use bailiffs if you know the tenant has money.
    01-03-2021, 13:07 PM
  • Another way to suffer from Covid
    by P'd off of Romford
    Hi Guys

    Yes, sorry, this is another tale of woe, for which I apologise in advance....

    FirstIy, I have Multiple Sclerosis, and as a result, can no longer work in my professional field.

    For this reason, I have recently rented out my former home, as a means of a small...
    01-03-2021, 11:27 AM
  • Reply to Legal question
    by jpkeates
    I don't think there's going to be a definitive answer.

    Wills can be challenged, and a court be asked to make a decision, but it's very hard to retrospectively decide that someone was not of sound mind when a will was signed.
    01-03-2021, 13:07 PM
  • Reply to Legal question
    by Berlingogirl
    The family need to get two Powers of Attorney - one for health and one for wealth asap while he still has some capacity....
    01-03-2021, 13:06 PM
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