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My wife of 13 years passed away 14 months ago. Prior to

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Hi. My wife of 13 years passed away 14 months ago. Prior to our marriage she had a joint endowment mortgage with her previous husband. He died 2 years before we got married and as they were not divorced the mortgage was paid off and the house passed to my wife. My question is am i able to file a claim for ppi on behalf of my late wife even though the mortgage was actually between her and her previous husband? Your help would be appreciated.
I take it that you are the executor of her estate?
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
hi. As her direct next of kin i acted for her but she did not have a will so i was not an official executor. Hope this helps. Phil.
If you are acting on behalf of the estate then you are entitled to advice a claim on behalf of the estate. It is a claim owed to her estate. Happy to discuss. Please rate positively - thanks
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