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The Strange Case of the Unforged Forged Will

Take the case of the hapless lady accused of forging her late (supposedly divorced) partner's will, found by chance when he seemingly died intestate.

As a hole unexpectedly appeared under a man’s bedroom in Florida last week (with tragic consequences), I am sure there are many who have wished either to disappear themselves, or that others might do so.

To read the article in full go to Spear's blog

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