Hello clare, I have spoken to his doctor today and he said that he thought as I had power of attorney I would have a good case of proving that he didn't have mental capacity, those were his exact words. I do realise that there will be certain companies who write wills that will specify that they think he had mental capacity at time of making his will just so they get a fee. I realise that there is no way I can stop him from changing his will as his partner will make sure of this, but I really need to be sure that my concerns are expressed to the correct people and I take the appropriate action to protect my Father. Kind Regards Claire
Can I have a reply please?
Are you going to reply Clare, I'm having problems with this site as in it comes up as my e-mail is registered to another user, this came up after I had paid so am now quite concerned. Your last reply said I would here from you within 10 minutes, If there is a problem I will cancel my payment. Kind regards Claire
Thanks for the reply ********, I am away on holiday at the moment but have booked an appointment to speak to my Fathers GP on 20th of the month. In the event of a change of will would this be easy to overturn without spending thousands of pounds in solicitors fees? Could you possibly e-mail me a copy of our conversation as this site seems to have a problem with my e-mail address ******@************.co.uk Kind regards. *********