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News and articles – Probate and Administration of Estates

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Dec 2014

Controlling’ daughter must repay mother’s £293,000 ‘gift’

A 'controlling' daughter who isolated her frail mother in a care home against her will, and kept her death and funeral a secret from her wider family, has been ordered to repay a £293,000 ‘gift’ into her estate so that it can be distributed in accordance with her will.

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31

Oct 2014

Ex-husband can’t have slice of deceased mother-in-law’s estate

In a case in which the bitter fall-out from divorce affected not only the ex-couple but their entire family, a disgruntled ex-husband has suffered defeat in a High Court bid for a share of his deceased former mother-in-law's £250,000 estate.

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16

Sep 2014

Brothers at war over 93-year-old father’s future

A bitter falling out between three brothers in respect of the management of their 93-year-old father’s property and financial affairs necessitated the intervention of the Court of Protection and the making of a stark judicial choice between them.

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Feb 2012

Probate disputes and DNA tests

Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is the genetic code found in each of our body cells. It is unique to each individual and therefore serves as a genetic ‘fingerprint’.

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