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    I have just posted this on the front page but think it should be here!

    While a person had enduring power of attorney they took all the donors cash and proceeds from house sale, she was also the executor of the will. The donor died two years ago I have not been able to get my share of the estate despite solicitors being involved. Police say itís a civil matter and wont get involved ! I have the last four years of the donors bank accounts and can clearly see where the money has gone. She says the house was a gift!


    The suspect also had enduring power of attorney over another elderly person who did get dementia (POA was not registered) and the donor was put in a care home for two years until they also died, I was due some inheritance from that will but the suspect says there is nothing to give which I know is not true ,I was due some cash and all the deceasedís personal possessions but they have vanished.

    any ideas that wont break my bank account, my solicitor says at least £6k to take her to court ! beyond my budget!
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