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im not sure. £5000 to each. I think in simple terms. She wasnt expecting her 30 year old grandchild to die before her. the dead grandchild is childless, so next in line would be closest sibblings in theory. brother, sister being the closest., the estate would be split between them. I stand to inherit £5000, it was my mums thought as to where /what exactly happens to my late sisters goes. a sizeable chunk of any of my late sisters money would be given to animal charities as i see it as dirty money for having to ask. My Mum asked my Dad this question a few days back and got a vague dont know answer, Im sorry I cant be of any more help as i would NEVER be allowed to see a copy of the will.
OK thank you for your efficient service. Thats interesting. I hope it goes into the body of the will rather than my cousins and their offspring who couldnt even be bothered to turn up to my sisters funeral. (there was nothing in it for them!) They ALL attended dear grannys funeral. Funny that
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Could the will have been changed in 2011 after my sisters death? 2 solicitor companies have dealt with the estate, 1 in our hometown & 1 in the other grand childerens hometown. They are now dealing with the estate. I am aware a will cant be changed now. Thanks