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Beneficial interest

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11 months 6 days ago #508240 by converter
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I have received a letter from my wife's solicitor saying she is Severing Beneficial interest. Can anyone tell me what this means

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11 months 5 days ago #508246 by Allcry
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Usually if one of a married couple dies, the inheritance goes to the spouse.

When someone severs this. by mouth, letter or by action - this means they can do with that what they want.

This means they can do whatever they want with their \"part\". They might be able to sell it to someone else.

I think you must be clear how much belongs to her, for example, her contribution to the home, if there are no children under age. As she might be doing a land grab.

She can do this anyone can. In the letter, it should say the amount she thinks is hers and yours.

Get some help.

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