No will but no worries
My aunt died but didn’t leave a will. She doesn’t have any children and her husband died years ago. He had a child from a previous marriage and she now claims she is due to inherit. Is this the case? No. She’d have had a claim on her father’s estate at the time of his death but not on your aunt’s. The law of intestate succession applies as there is no will. Speak to a solicitor if need be but your aunt’s sisters and brothers inherit once all debts and liabilities have been met. The wheels have well and truly come off for mum Shelly Reilly after an airline damaged her daughter’s pram. The family were flying back from the Canaries with Jet2 when the pushchair was broken. Shelly, 29, mum to Braydon and Braya, said: “I’d only had it for a month and couldn’t believe the state of it when it appeared off the conveyor belt.” She and husband Gerard, of Tranent, East Lothian, complained.
Shelly said: “The chassis was bent and badly scratched and a tyre was burst.”
They called me in when Jet2 still wouldn’t cover the bill.
The airline said they’d been provided with evidence which was not previously forthcoming. They will cover the £219 repair.
BURST Pram’s damaged tyre DISBELIEF Shelly and Gerard