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If Kerrie is appointed as Executor of your late partner’s will, she is classed as the Personal Representative of the Deceased and she able to deal with your late partners assets as though she is your late partner. That would include removing any messages which were in the Deceased account.
Legally, there is nothing you can do sorry to have to tell you. You can report it to Facebook but in all honesty I think they are unlikely to do anything for the reasons I stated above.
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If that’s the case, then she has no right at all interfere or deal with Facebook or any other computerised media. It’s a criminal offence under the Computer Misuse Act and that would be worth referring to Facebook as well as the police. Don’t expect the police to do much about it however because they only deal in all honesty with high-level computer misuse but nonetheless, he has committed a criminal offence.
The same applies to things taken out of the farm, it would be for the executors to take Kerrie to task over that and report the matter to the police.
Facebook can do something about this sort of activity whether they will or not comes down to their own internal policies and politics. With regard to the complaint to the police and Facebook, those really need to come from one of the executors because you are not a party involved in the offence because the messages were not removed from your account, you are just one who is suffering collateral damage.. However if the executor will not make the complaint, by all means make your own.
Evidently there is no direct contact with Facebook. Like many websites, they hide behind anonymity.
Evidently there is a page somewhere where you can report things. Obviously, that’s not a legal question, it’s an Internet usage one.
There must be a physical address somewhere otherwise people (in the united states particularly) would not be able to issue legal proceedings against them. The only way I could find out will be to do the same as you would do which is finding it on Google.