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Mother-in-law’s inheritance leads to a forged will post divorce

The late Mrs Corrall left a gift to her daughter whose unknown financial agreement prompted legal action from a former spouse. 

The difficulty was that Mr and Mrs Randall had divorced some years earlier and it was an express term of their financial arrangements that, if Mrs Corrall left her daughter more than £100,000, the excess would be shared equally with Colin.  The divorcing spouses understood that they could not influence her will or hold out any hope that she would make particular bequests.

To find out what happened, go to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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