Will that allows Derby woman to stay in OAP home was illegal

13 November 2015

Will that allows Derby woman to stay in OAP home was illegal

Joyce Lovelock, of May Street, Derby, presented the document to Norman Meakin's family after he died in September last year.   She said she was in a relationship with a man for 18 years, and claimed he had said when he died, she could stay in his home.

It turned out that the two witnesses who had supplied signatures confirming they saw Mr Meakin sign the will had written their names on the document after his death.

The will that the family possessed stated that Mr Meakin's estate should be divided between five relatives and Lovelock.

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