Prior to her death, but after the estrangement with her daughters had ended, Mary visited her in-laws. Mary told her in-laws that “When I go, the girls will be in for a real shock, ha, ha, they don’t know that the house will be sold by the lawyer, and he will look after everything”. Her in-laws suggested that Mary revisit the terms in her will given that there had been a change in her relationship with both Norma and Elizabeth since the will was prepared. Mary told her in-laws that she would not change the will because that was what Albert wanted consider the grief that they caused him. During another visit with her in-laws, Mary suggested that if Norma and Elizabeth did not like the terms of the will, they could go to court, and it would not matter to her because she would be dead.

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