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Re: The will hunter

Postby Tim Drayton » Thu Apr 14, 2016 4:51 pm

I still think getting good legal advice is the best step. I see in my work all the time the difference a good lawyer who really goes the extra mile can make, but these people don't work for peanuts. You could find that if you act on your own bat you will end up doing something that makes your situation worse rather than better. I don't know why you don't go to the Citizens' Advice Bureau first of all, or, I think many lawyers offer an initial free consultation and if (as Paphitis suggests) you qualify for legal aid, you could find a lawyer will then take up your case. If you ask me, the correct course of action, if these people are deliberately avoiding you, may well be to get a judgment in the English courts, which is automatically enforceable throughout the EU, rather than trying to track down and confront these people since, from what you say, they are unlikely to be cooperative.
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Re: The will hunter

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Apr 14, 2016 7:23 pm

...who is the oldest child? Without a Will, and an Executor, custom has it that they take charge.

...what is involved, list the assets, there is a motive for you being excluded, and that documents were forged.

...in effect, if there is a Will, you are legally entitled to see it. In most Jurisdictions there is a minimum that is set, for the deceased's children, which they cannot be denied; even without a Will this Law would apply.

...cheers.
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Re: The will hunter

Postby The will seeker » Thu Apr 14, 2016 8:00 pm

Thankyou so much for your message and advice hugely appreciated God bless you.
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Re: The will hunter

Postby Jerry » Thu Apr 14, 2016 11:32 pm

If your mother's estate was worth more than £15,000 whether she left a will or not then it should have gone to Probate and (I think) the will would have been published. A solicitor would have probably been involved. Get some legal advice. You can find out about probate here, https://www.gov.uk/wills-probate-inheritance/overview


PS you may be able to get free legal advice here, http://www.law.ac.uk/about/legal-advice-for-the-public/
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Re: The will hunter

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Thu Apr 14, 2016 11:35 pm

Confused here. Was your mother's estate in the UK or in Cyprus?
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Re: The will hunter

Postby The will seeker » Thu Apr 14, 2016 11:46 pm

It was in the UK and they both did a runner to Paphos 2 weeks after her funeral. Just want to say about your grecce Cyprus remark, I mentioned to my brother that Greece is not far away,and his response was I can't even get the fucking country right,so I again called his bluff and asked where are you living today mykonos? Lol.you are so kind for even replying God bless you xx
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Re: The will hunter

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Fri Apr 15, 2016 12:07 am

Have you tried to find out how much your mum's house was sold for? It's public information. You should find out and ask them for a third or to account for the whereabouts of the money.
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Re: The will hunter

Postby The will seeker » Fri Apr 15, 2016 12:54 am

Hope I'm not going to bore you doll,my mum lived in a bupa nursing home after a serious stroke she had lost her legs through this and to cut a long story short,my mum went down the stairs in her electric wheelchair and died,strangely the inquest said she died of natural causes ( get your head around that one) while I was in hospital my sister Mrs Vicky Watson and my brother Mr Robert Walker [email protected],told me the family home had to be sold to pay for my mother's care,which I have found out was free and while I was recuperating from a triple bypass they sold all the family antiques at an auction house my sister has all my mother's jewellery approx value£15k worth of diamonds,this was what my brother quoted today in a email,( there no chance you will get anything you gay bastard it's a shame you didn't care for her this much when she was alive,) does give you a slight insight what I'm up against,I have lived in mykonos and know exactly the Greek way of life and if this was done within a Greek family there would be murder,I'm so sorry I'm going to have to stop as I can't see for tears so sorry.
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Re: The will hunter

Postby CBBB » Fri Apr 15, 2016 7:03 am

Shouldn't this thread be in the "Jokes and Enigmas" section, it is giving me a good laugh?
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Re: The will hunter

Postby The will seeker » Fri Apr 15, 2016 1:48 pm

What that my own brother and sister have stolen my family inheritance,lied their arses off and now I'm back from illness unless a copy of the family will is not shown or produced which i now have solid evidence that their isn't a will nothing has been registered in the UK this has to be dealt with ,so unless you know all the details that these two siblings have committed,do you not feel four and a half years to wait for a legal document.fromyour own brother and sister suffering with deliberating heart disease is quite long enough I do!!!!!!!!!!m
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