Mother-In-Law Demands 80 Percent Of Late Son’s Pension, Widow Files High Court Challenge
In an inheritance dispute, a widow has dragged her mother-in-law to the High Court seeking an order to have her barred from receiving her deceased husband’s pension benefits.
In her application, Elizabeth Rumbidzayi Hlatyayo alleges that her mother-in-law Elina Gaza and her two daughters fraudulently amended the beneficiary nomination form so that they will receive 80 percent of the deceased Bernard Mlambo’s Old Mutual Zesa Group Life Assurance benefits.
Hlatyayo told the court that her mother-in-law took advantage of Mlambo’s state of mind when he was ill and forced him to change the beneficiary nomination form, which saw her getting 50 percent benefits while Mlambo’s sisters were given 20 and 10 percent, respectively.
Part of her application reads,
It is common cause that the third respondent (Gaza) has an agenda to fulfil in her bid to have all the benefits of her late child into her custody at the expense of the deceased’s minor children and wife by such rushing to finalise the pensions without the knowledge of Hlatyayo who is the executor dative of Mlambo’s Estate.
The matter is yet to be heard.
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