The will is with the probate solicitor. Thats all I know.
Tests in 2012, shortly after he died, showed that she had become quite apraxic in planning actions; ie her motor actions were affected. She had been an artist but as far as I was aware she unable to co-ordinate her movements to draw a picture of an object. She had been extremely literate and her verbal skills were still good but she would repeat things over and again throughout the day. She could engage in conversation well but would soon begin to repeat herself. In 2012 she could recognise most of the people she new but not always their names. She could not remember the names of her carers that she had to have after I left and could not recognise them as being the same person. Old faces she recognised, but not new ones. She forgot to eat believing she had already eaten, could not cook for herself as it was quite dangerous. In fact I lived with her for six months because we recognised she could not safely live on her own. This ceased in December 2012 as I could not provide full care and we engaged professional home care. Late 2013 she had to have a live in carer before she was transferred to a care home in north London shortly before she died.
The date of the will is 23rd Jan 2013.