The Deceased passed away leaving an English will and 4 previous foreign wills, all made in the space of less than a year.
Thomson Snell & Passmore assists with removal of a caveat to allow administration of the estate to begin
Our client was one of 12 beneficiaries of their late father’s £600,000 estate, the administration of which (including the sale of a property) was prevented by a surprise caveat lodged by another beneficiary.
A further case study demonstrating how we can assist with the estate of a deceased person with Polish domicile and assets in the UK.
Our client was the half-brother of the Deceased and closest living relative. He believed his half-brother died without leaving a valid will, thus making him the only beneficiary of the estate under the intestacy rules.
Our client was appointed as his mother’s executor along with another family member. The relationship between the executors had quickly become unworkable.
A claim was threatened against the deceased’s estate and as the executor, our client was therefore reluctant to make any distributions.
Our client had been appointed as the sole executor and a major beneficiary under her mother’s last Will.
We acted for the son of a deceased whose mother had made 12 wills.
We acted for the adult children of their deceased mother in a claim against her estate brought by their step-father.