Unexpected wills that appear after the death of an individual can cause much confusion and hurt, notwithstanding the significant delay and difficulties that come from challenging a suspected forged will. Leigh Voysey, a former private school student, was recently accused of faking the will of her former headteacher Maureen Renny, which left her Renny’s £1.65 […]Read More
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