Good Morning Claire,
It stated that he left his house to his four children and his wife was to have her day in the house. And if anything then happened any of the four children their share was to be passed on the their children (his grand children). He requested that his son be executor to his will.
It simple will, about 10 sentences.
Thanks for your help.
You get my reply? Are you still on line?
Will go now and look for the will and get back to you.
Hello Claire, I have a copy of the will now, it reads as follows :
!, (his name and address), make this my last will hereby revoking any previous will made by me.
I appoint as my Executor, my son (my full name and address).
I leave everything that I may die possessed of after payment of my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses to be divided equally among my four children subject to the right for my wife (her name) to reside in my dwelling house for the rest of her life.
In the event of any of my said children failing to survive me then his or her share shall pass to his or her children in equal shares.
Dated this 1st day of July, 2003
(Signed by him)
And signed by witnesses etc..
That is the will written in full.
Can you please confirm you received my reply okay. Re exact wording of the will.
We have now got the Indenture dated 28th July 1986, it is a deed document and states husband and wife name etc.. That pursuance of an agreement and in consideration of the natural love and affection which the said husband bears for his wife the said...... he the said husband as beneficial owner hereby assigns unto the said wife the lands and premises described in the first schedule hereto to hold unto and to the sue of the said wife and husband as joint tennents for the residue remaining unexpired of the said term of years subject to the yearly rent of £12.00 and to the convenants on the part of the lessee and conditions in the recited indenture of lease contained.
(There is 900 years left on this lease, as it was originally a church rectory).
And further withnesseth that in consideration of the natural love and affection with the said husband bears for his wife he the said husband as beneficial owner hereby conveys unto the said wife the lands and premises secondly described in the schedule hereto to hold unto and to the use of the said wife and husband as joint tenants in fee simple.
In witness whereof the parties hereto have hereunto subscribed their names and affixed their seals the day and year first herein written.
Signed, Sealed and Delivered by THE SAID HUSBAND AND SAID WIFE in the presence of :
The solicitor signs and his secretary signs.
However my father has signed the document as well, but my mother has not although the document states : "Signed, Sealed and Delivered and both their names written clearly where they have to sign.
I hope this helps you in some way.
Thanks to reply as soon as you can.
Can you please advise me what is happening re my query.
Can I please be advised what is happening re my enquiry?