The agreement was made when we were aware of what was in the will and the money was handed over a bit at a time in installments when needed in the following 12 - 15 months. My uncle, my fathers friend and i were all together when i asked them about accepting £10,000 each, they thought about it and they accepted, BUT i didnt get them to sign anything
it was in May 2010, i cant remember the actual date though!
My fathers friends solicitor is also asking me to enter a charge against my property so that when it sells she automatically gets £10,000 plus 0.3% interest accruing from 30th April 2010, they have sent the ch1 form!
almost as soon as she had the first £10,000! she's even saying we didnt have the agreement! my uncle and aunt were there, and cant believe she is saying this!
i now have a remortgage because i got married to an american girl who is coming to England, the visa regulations changed which meant i had to have £30,000 in the bank for 6 months before applying for the visa's! so in short i cannot use this money because it will jeapodise the visa applications!
Yes, but only upon the sale of the house, which was specified in the will. It seems like you are saying our agreement is invalid?
under the visa rules, the money is to provide for my wife and stepchild for 2 and a half years, then have to satisfy the ukba again that have funds in place to reapply for the spouse visa! If my wife gets work then yes the money would be available, but have to assume that she as far as the ukba are concerned, so the only way she can be paid is to sell the house then buy somewhere else to live. If of course the agreement we had is not valid
can the solicitor make me enter into a charge on the house and have my friends name on the title deeds? or would a signed letter from me be sufficient?