We simply don't know, other than my Mum believes her brother must be disappointed that he is not receiving anything financially from my Granddads passing.
The Solicitor that is dealing with this matter, as I explained, has already vastly overcharged my mum, due to trying to find this information out, as I said, we don't understand why he is getting his solicitor to issue a caveat against the Will proceedings? And only making my mums life more and more difficult to look after her Elderly Mother. This has gone on for over a year now and it's becoming very frustrating for all of us.
Soin a nutshell, you are asking whether you can deal with this yourselves ratherthan avoid solicitors costs? Is that the question?
Ifso, what does your grandfathers will say about who is the executor?
Isit the solicitor?
Wasit just your mom who asked him to deal with the final bits of the will?
Whatis the value of your grandfathers estate?
Has50% gone to your mother and 50% gone to your grandmother with your grandmotherbeing allowed to live in the house for life or, something like that?
Ishis only query what he would normally have received?
Didthe solicitor warn off the caveat?