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Post by norifan » 25 Jan 2018, 09:12

Don't suppose Anyone on here ever had the misfortune of a disputed probate application

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Re: Probate

Post by cupidstunt » 25 Jan 2018, 11:53

The only thing i would suggest is go to citizens advice before you see a solicitor as this could end up very expensive.....good luck
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Post by norifan » 25 Jan 2018, 14:04

Thanks CS bit late for that now I'm afraid though, I'm being had for a fat lad by a dickhead who thinks the world owes him a living and the law seems to give give him the upper hand. British justice at its finest

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Post by Jim27 » 30 Jan 2018, 09:29

Why's it being disputed/what's the background (if you're ok supplying a bit more info?)
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Post by norifan » 30 Jan 2018, 10:38

No problem Jim. Is a bit complicated but try mi best. My mum lived with her partner for 47 years in Lincoln, she left her half of the house to me and he left his to his twin children, but his daughter died 3 months before him, the will States that it goes to the surviving son. But her son(the grand son) is contesting it saying her share should come to him. Problem being my mum at 78 years old didn't apply for probate when he died 4 years before her so this twat has put a caveat on my probate application and I can't settle my mum's estate. It costing me a fortune in legal fees and its nothing to do with my mum's will. Also costing me fortunes maintaining the house etc and doing a 200 mile round trip to Lincoln twice a month to check on things.
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Post by norifan » 30 Jan 2018, 10:53

He is hanging his hat on anything to try to get some money, he even says he should get one third not the 25% his mum would have got?? He is going to try to claim his grandad didn't have mental capacity to write the will also that my mum influenced him? and has also taken to sending me private messages presumably to scare me saying I had his grandads money whilst he was in a nursing home. It's a load of bollocks. A court will laugh at him hopefully, But it's costing me shitloads to get it to court

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Re: Probate

Post by rumpoldstilskin » 01 Feb 2018, 01:32

Bit late for my help but use your legal cover off your; car/bike or house insurance, its there to be used, use it or lose it. Think i get upto £200k legal cover on my solo bike policy.

Little known by the masses that you can use it for this, its a non-specific enhancement to your policy, ie: not just for your bike.

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Re: Probate

Post by norifan » 01 Feb 2018, 07:03

rumpoldstilskin wrote:
01 Feb 2018, 01:32
Bit late for my help but use your legal cover off your; car/bike or house insurance, its there to be used, use it or lose it. Think i get upto £200k legal cover on my solo bike policy.

Little known by the masses that you can use it for this, its a non-specific enhancement to your policy, ie: not just for your bike.
Honestly is that an option? I need to look into this. I assume they select the solicitors you have to use?
Thanks by the way.

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Re: Probate

Post by lee » 01 Feb 2018, 07:53

norifan wrote:
01 Feb 2018, 07:03
rumpoldstilskin wrote:
01 Feb 2018, 01:32
Bit late for my help but use your legal cover off your; car/bike or house insurance, its there to be used, use it or lose it. Think i get upto £200k legal cover on my solo bike policy.

Little known by the masses that you can use it for this, its a non-specific enhancement to your policy, ie: not just for your bike.
Honestly is that an option? I need to look into this. I assume they select the solicitors you have to use?
Thanks by the way.
A good friend of mine used his home ins legal cover to take his employer to a tribuneral so it could be possible.

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Re: Probate

Post by norifan » 01 Feb 2018, 09:37

Nice one Lee. Cheers


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