Will in favour of landlord is overturned by disappointed brothers JPHLAW SOLICITORS PORTADOWN A will made by a physically and mentally impaired man in favour of his long-term professional carer and ‘supporting landlord’ has been overturned in the England & Wales High Court on the grounds of lack of knowledge and approval of its contents.…

John P Hagan Solicitors , JPH LAW Portadown News TRUSTS: Accidentally executed trust deed is rectified without a hearing

The England & Wales High Court has granted an application for rectification by summary judgment to correct the mistaken execution of a trust deed intended to set up a new pension scheme. The parties had accidentally executed an early draft of the deed instead of the final version, leading the judge to grant summary without…

John P Hagan Solicitors , JPH LAW Portadown Probate News  Jimmy Savile died on 29 October 2011. The current value of his estate, after allowing for a range of expenses that have been incurred, was about £3.3 million. Jimmy Savile left a will. Its executor and Jimmy Savile’s personal representative was National Westminster Bank plc…

 John P Hagan Solicitors , JPH LAW Portadown- Probate NewsDaughter’s share of parents’ farm is cut to GBP500,000 Monday, 23 May, 2016 The Davies farming family of Carmarthenshire, Wales have returned to court regarding their long-running battle over ownership of the farm. This time, Tegwyn and Mary Davies succeeded in having their daughter Eirian’s proprietary…

 JPHLAW Solicitors Portadown Litigation News

Death during divorce costs widow £6m A widow wants the High Court to make legal history by rewriting her husband’s will to make “reasonable provision” for her. Mrs Vindis claims she would have received half his £12m estate had her husband not died during divorce proceedings. Mr Vindis’s will left her with just £36,000 while…