I totally understand how frustrating this is for you. BUT:
- Barclays CANNOT/WILL NOT change their policy. That is not going to change.
Personally, I would stay in an area that I was familiar with and where I had people I could reach out to. I wouldn't move away to a different area where I didn't know anyone - you talk about moving to Liverpool on the basis that it is cheaper to rent there.
There is a saying "better the devil you know" - Housing Associations are not perfect, but you could be moving from a moderately well run property to a private landlord who just cares about taking the money off you - you simply don't know. There are lots of 'ifs' at a time when your mental health is not good.
There was no guarantee that you would get any money from your mother - ie she could have spent it all before she died, so you are no worse off at the moment and you are not under any pressure to move.
annbarbs wrote: »
I have just phoned my Sister just now but she would not even talk to me.
She put the phone down on me.
So I phoned her again and again put the phone down on me,
I was going to tell her what I have been advised here what she must do.
but she has gone hostile again and refuses to talk to me.
So I will have to tell my Solicitor because if my sister as executor does not do her duty to me and try to sort this out he will take her to court.
So I must tell him.
missbiggles1 wrote: »
Did you ask her how your other sister was doing?
Did you accuse her of trying to cheat you out of your inheritance?
annbarbs wrote: »
No I didn't get a chance to talk to her at all.
I phoned her and as soon as she heard my voice she said she didn't want to talk to me and put the phone down.
When I phoned her back again she did the same thing.
My Solicitor did warn me that my sister might try to keep my inheritance from me.
And he was suspicious when I told him that my sister told me they have already got their money.
He said my money should have been paid to me at the same time my other sisters received it.
My solicitor has told me from the beginning that if my sisters who are executors are with holding my inheritance deliberately we can take them to court.
Which I will do if that is the case.
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