Charity is the Main Beneficiary of Will Drawn Up by its Own Adviser
Not one of the previous beneficiaries received a penny from this new will instead the bulk of the 350,000 estate went to Help the Aged.
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October 26, 2009, The Telegraph — Barbara Crichton and her mother Susie know the distress and expense that can be caused by a disputed will. Their close friend, Beatrice Southwell, 91, wrote a new will shortly before her death, which was contested by the Crichtons, who wanted her original will reinstated. They were not successful.