Asked by Charne
on 23-12-2019 12:05:53
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
Good Day, I am hoping that you can help. What happens if specific wishes of the deceased ages are to be scattered at sea by his surviving children specifically named in the Will, is then separated and sent out by deceased's girlfriend of 2years, which is against the deceased's wishes in Will and against the the views of the named children? Can one go to court with this matter? Will it be a costly court case, is there even a remote chance of winning this case, as the executor claimed they were safe at his house in Margate where she is temporarily residing in KwaZulu-Natal and we reside in Johannesburg and were supposed to go down there at estates expense to scatter these ashes but now she has opened them and sent part of him to his manager at the gym he owned? We do not know what to do as this is making a traumatic ordeal even more traumatic and she has gone against his wishes? Thank you kindly for your assistance in this matter and your time and consideration.
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