My father had absolutely NO mental health problems at all, his GP will confirm that. He made all his own decisions on everything, he was a stubborn man.
Because of this what basis can they challenge on?
I had to keep my house purely for this reason, I feared something like this would happen.
What can they possibly gain from all of this? Except loss of money.
There are only 3 who are challenging. I `m not even sure if they will go ahead but will wait and see.
Just want to know, why is it that the costs come out of the inheritance?
If this challenge did go ahead and they lost who then pays the cost?
If I won but am not the one challenging who then pays the costs?
How long could this take?
Just want to know, that this has been my main home for the last 14 years, and my father also promised me that this would be my home for life as I was the only one who did any thing for him, surely that will stand in my favour? The last 14 years of my life have been based around my father and not had much of a life myself, will the courts not take this into account?
The 4 of us were sleeping in almost one and a half rooms, (bedroom and a small boxroom). Had to put up with alot of stress from my siblings as well as from my father during these years. Surely this sacrifice counts for something?