Dispute over Army Major's will

Posted on October 19th, 2010 No Comments

A legal battle has begun at the High Court of England following a dispute over the will of a deceased Army major.

The 65-year-old man died from cancer in 2008 and had a secret mistress at the time as well as a son, wife, and daughter.

His 49-year-old mistress insists that he told her, while on his deathbed, that she would be left everything in his will.

Unsurprisingly, the major’s family disputes this claim and maintains that there is no such stipulation in the major’s paperwork and that he did not in fact leave behind a will. The mistress alleges that the family destroyed the will in an attempt to prevent her from receiving any inheritance.

Problems like these can be avoided with a carefully written and detailed will and estate plan. Contact the Houston estate planning attorneys of Garg & Associates, P.C. by calling 281-362-2865 today.

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