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They haven't transferred it to an executors account though. You said they were transferring it to the account of the executor- that isn't the same thing.Please can you refer to the Halifax/Lloyd’s bsnk code of practice where it quite clearly states how much money they will transfer to an executor’s account without any mention of probate. I think you will find the amount is £50,000. My mum’s accounts in both banks cane to under that amount.
Thank you @Marcelle123 - my mum’s will isn’t at all complicated & I have done a lot of research on the matter & I even rang up Coop Legal Services as she had her funeral with them so I could use their services. I’ve not done anything wrong. People assist executors all of the time, it’s a tough job.
As long as he isn’t cheating my mother’s estate & can keep a set of accounts as he is required to do then what does it actually matter?They haven't transferred it to an executors account though. You said they were transferring it to the account of the executor- that isn't the same thing.
I'll say no more.
I am far from the only one thinking this isn't happening in the correct way so I leave it.
Thank you @Marcelle123 wow it was a long drive up to Edinburgh on Friday & seemed an even longer drive coming back down again yesterday. Still feel pretty shattered but got to get on & complete the bungalow declutter so it is ready for photos on Thursday so we can get ready to go up for sale.
There is quite a bit of dust & i’m not great with it either @Marcelle123 & I am suffering a bit with hay fever as it is so anti- histamines make sense & definitely helped. I’m also getting either really dry eyes or really watery eyes with it all!Good to hear that you got so much done.
The anti-histamine - I wish I'd thought of that. I was very sick indeed after clearing out the top of my mother's wardrobe in 2017, because I am allergic to house dust.
Very best wishes - have a good week. xx
Yes I know that feeling of powering through & the difference it makes is amazing!Good the de clutter is going to plan I found with dad's house to power through as you are doing and once you can see the wood for the trees as it were you feel a great deal of satisfaction of what has been achieved in such a short time.
Where are you going for your break?
So sorry for your loss too @Skylight99 - that is a long way to travel to declutter. We are so lucky that we live very close by to my mum’s bungalow. Next week, we will recommence decluttering & selling & taking things to the tip. Big hugs to you xHi Kikki
Sorry for your loss.
I am a little behind you - my mum died on 11th April and I am on my way up to Scotland from Kent this weekend for the first declutter. I did a bit in the week or so after she died and I know that it’s going to be difficult, especially as she had a mouse infestation. I think it was in hand when she was there but really got worse when she was in hospital. There are droppings everywhere, in all her letters and photos. Have a lovely break. I have one to look forward to as well