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, thanks time, so a verbal will witnessed by other parties dos not count ?
my mother was was deemed to old to get a mortgage, but could with him
signing as co-mortgagee, he did help with the deposit, but I know
fact he not once help with the repayments.
the ( not on paper ) understanding was that the house would be benefit of the four bothers, one passed away leaving 3, mortgage paid.
but he took a secured loan of £50k on the house about 12 years ago, the house is on the market for £480k, minus whatever is still outstanding on the loan.
No, apart from it was a known fact in the immediate family and extended ( cousins, auntie's nephews and nieces ), what my mother wanted to happen after her passing.
I do not think anything was agreed at the time, it was a family decision
to choose the house, is there anything we can do Clare?
Clare, ok I have looked into " Letters of Administration ".
Am I right in saying that the " letter " would be directed to him?
Also willsandprobateservice.co.uk offer this service for £689.00 inclusive of VAT does that sound ok too you?
some news I have heard...
It is in probate.
can don't find Letters of Administration ? on https://www.gov.uk/wills-probate-inheritance/applying-for-a-grant-of-representation
Do mind paying more advice.