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i took a personal loan for my daughters boyfriend of £10.000 which he paid until they split up,leaving a balance of £6.600. I then went to a solicitors and through them gained admittance the debt was his and a small payment per month. After a few months i was informed he was making himself bankrupt, after a hefty solicitors bill they could do no more and i have heard nothing.Is there anything else i can do? bearing in mind i have lost a lot of money and I am not in a position to lose more. p.s. the person in question is in employment .


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I live in Canada and am trying to find out information for my mother about Will and Probate. Her Uncle died 6 years ago leaving his estate to her Aunt by marriage. Her Aunt died 2 days ago. The problem is that a VERY distant relative on her Aunts side has come from somewhere, my Mum only met him when her Uncle died and she has known her late Aunt for 60 years!, and got her late Aunt who had severe dementia to sign over Power of Attorney to him. There is a property in question that belonged to my great grandmother, and then was left in her will to my Mums Uncle and her mother. My Mother has her own health issues and I am afraid she is going to loose what has been in her family for generations. She owns a letter her mother wrote to her uncle saying that he could live in the house but it should be left to my mother. We have no idea about a will as of yet. What do you suggest we do, and should my mother get a a title="find a Contentious probate solicitor in Liverpool" href="/probate/liverpool/">probate solicitor?