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what is the reason for the estrangement from your siblings?
and why couldnt you make the reading of the Will?
was it online? if not how?
the Will is clear about how her estate is split but its more about the funeral arrangements and her belongings - was anything mentioned in her Will about her funeral and personal items?
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Good evening, thank you for your question, I am sorry to hear about your mother. is your query in relation to the lack of mention in the Will of her funeral wishes and her personal belongings?
Good morning, do you have a copy of the Will that I can look at please.
you can attach it from your side. So if you are not an executor in the will then you basically have no authority over your mother's estate or her funeral or belongings. The Living will would cease on death and its contents irrelevant now. I am so sorry I don't see how I can help you further.
Hi, you do have rights as a beneficiary and the executors do have a duty of care to you, to keep you informed and to provide you with estate accounts.
If you Google something like 'executors' duties' it will give you some guidance.
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