My question has not yet been answered. Is it legal for a firm of solicitors to ratify a will with such mischievous content particularly when the husband was dieing from cancer and the balance of whose mind must be questioable?
Hi Clare .
Iam sorry but I had to leave my computer to receive some medical attention and it is now, Wednesday,28th Oct,
Iam still waiting for an answer to the question, "Cab a will leave a house to a third party in a will when he does not have full title to it?"
In my friend's case she had been married to her husband for over 30 years and had shared this matrimonial home all that time. During this shared time in the house she had looked after the home,
Also, when the will was made the husband was suffering from terminal cancer and was looked after by my friend ubtil he finall succumbed to the disease which brings into question whether he could be considered to be'of sound body and mind,' which I believe is a legal requirement for the completion of any last will and tesament!'