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sister is no longer contactable and has my deceased mums money!!

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  • #16
    Re: sister is no longer contactable and has my deceased mums money!!

    hi des8
    well well well, my sister has txt me with a simple denial she had any monies, in spite of indisputable, evidence to the contrary incl the cashing of a cheque , were going to the police again with all the evidence failing that, i,ve found out because of my pension credit i can get her into civil court and it wont cost me at all , shes not answered any other txts, i,ll keep you posted thank you for your replies very much appreciated dave


    • #17
      Re: sister is no longer contactable and has my deceased mums money!!

      I can only sympathise with you. When there is a death in the family it seems to bring out the best and worst in people, usually the ones nearest and dearest to you.
      For my part my mother was in hospital dying, I could not get an answer on her phone. A week later my sister rang to let me know mum was in hospital, my mother passed away a couple of weeks after that.
      I now find out that my sister had raided my mothers bank account whilst she lay dying: a little over 29000. and conveniently lost all the statements. The DWP recovery from estates brought this to light. I am now dealing with the fallout.


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