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Getting Probate

Postby gardenlaw » Mon Nov 08, 2010 11:23 am

Do you need Probate? If you do what do you do? A starting point is on
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Re: Getting Probate

Postby despair » Mon Nov 08, 2010 6:20 pm

Dont even talk to me about getting probate

HMRC wanted me to pay £200 for a professional valuation of furniture bought in 1960s !!!!!!!!!!!!!

thats on top of my relative daring to die one year too soon to benefit from deceased spouses unused IHT allowance

I hate HMRC and GB for everything there is for what they ripped off that estate of a 90 yr old
whose only assett was their bungalow which it took them to age 52 to scrape together the
£6000 deposit for and who existed on £8000 a year ...........when will governments learn that you cannot take a brick out of the wall of your house and spend it and stop ripping off the prudent while benefit the spendthrifts
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