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The will of a Father was altered just before his passing which benefited the executors (Sister & Daughter) and disadvantaged beneficiaries ( son & wife), further, before the fathers passing the sister was also made co executor of her mothers estate which had been active since her passing in 2008. The father had not claimed his inheritance deciding to reinvest within his mother estate with regards ***** ***** second marriage. After sisters appointment and just after the changing of the will (7 December ) she instructed the fathers mothers inheritance to be transferred (Allegedly 9 December) directly to Daughter cutting out son and further distributed the inheritance to other members of the family. The Father at this point was basically bed ridden and venerable
Q. Can a son/executor of his mother estate transfer his share of inheritance directly to someone else’s bank account with out redeeming to his own bank account ? And if he (executor ) is terminally ill and appoints a co executor , Can that co executor direct his funds to another bank account on a alleged verbal instruction without documentation ?
-Funds allegedly transferred just after the changing of the will.
-Date of Funds transferred to other family members is unknown.
Q. If there is no documentation for the transaction can it be reasonably challenged ?
There is evidence with verbal conversations and email that the inheritance was to be split. However when the co executor was engaged she explicitly excluded the son.
The Mothers will States: Should her son die leaving children then that share will go equally to those children. However the funds were transferred allegedly just before he died.
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Q What are my options to challenge the transactions of my nans estate and retrieve my rightful inheritance ?
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