The name listed at the top of the document is First, middle, last name. However, it was signed as First name, middle initial (only, not whole middle name) and last name. I also have a copy of his drivers license in his whole name, but with the signature the same as on POA: First, MI, Last name, to... Read more »
Must witnesses to a will be found and accounted for in any way in an uncontested probate? What about a self proving will? Must the witness's verifying statement be sworn before a notary? What if only one of the witnesses is alive and can be found?
In the United Kingdom. there is a presumption of regularity of the validity of a will where a will is signed by the deceased testator in the presence of two witnesses both being present at the same time as per the requirements of the Wills Act.
Also several properties with the deed under both our names. I want to sell some one them. Is there a waiting period to be able to sell? Also, do I need to transfer all the deeds to my name? If so, how?
If any of the bank accounts and properties were located in England & Wales , United Kingdom OR your husband was EITHER domiciled in England and Wales,United Kingdom OR his will stated that it be governed by the Law of England & Wales,the law of England & Wales would be relevant and apply....Read more »
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