Ann, I'm hoping today finds you calmer and in a better place mind wise.
Have you registered with a GP yet. This must be done as soon as possible as certificates will be needed from the doctor. Can you try to call round to the surgery tomorrow to collect the form that you need to register with them.
If you need help locating the correct centre for yoyr area please send me a private message so I can help you set this up. Stress, anxiety along with MH issues really drag you down, you need support and I can get you sent in the right direction.
Robin9 wrote: »
Annbarbs - in one of your very early posts I think you wrote that your previous GP/surgery had closed down. Did you get a letter from him/her ? In it it would have said that you were being transferred to another GP.
If so your registration would have been automatic and you will already be on another GP's list.
My solicitors letter-I thank you for your email of the 5th. Where an account is joint both parties must sign to release money.
You state Barclays are refusing to send you the money. They are not. The account is set up so that both Sister A and Sister B have to sign. If one of them cannot sign then there is little Barclays can do. It is to be hoped that Sister B recovers shortly.
2nd letter from my Solicitor to me-I thank you for your email of the 7th October.
Unfortunately Barclays are correct. If the account requires a joint authority then both parties must sign. If Barclays refuse to send the money on the strength of one authority they are doing what is legally correct.
In the meantime and for your information, I attach herewith email sent to Sister A. I was concerned when you mentioned that your sisters might have already received at least part of the proceeds of the house. This would be completely wrong as of course they must not prefer their own interest over yours.
I await hearing from Sister A with interest.
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