From: saoirsemaxwell@redacted.com
To: "Damian Brass" jaggersandbrass@redacted.ie
Sent: Monday, 14 March, 2011 16:20:08 PM
Subject: Dolores Maxwell

Mari Maxwell, Adress Redacted, Co. Galway
Phone Number Redacted
Email: saoirsemaxwell@redacted.com

March 14, 2011

Mr. Damian Brass
Jaggers and Brass Solicitors
Address Redacted
Address Redacted
DUBLIN 2

RE: Your Ref: Redacted
The Late Dolores Maxwell

Dear Damian:

I'm in receipt of your email dated today and I appreciate you ensuring mom's rings are secure in the company's vaults.

I was surprised you did not address the fact I had asked to be present at the opening of the Ulster Bank safety deposit box during our telephone conversation of March 7, 2011, and with which you did not see a problem with. As one of the beneficiaries of mom's estate I would be hoping to see sight of the contents shortly.

I would urge you as solicitor of my mother's affairs to contact the safety deposit account sections of AIB and Bank of Ireland. As per our conversation March 7, it is obvious the in-house independence of regular savings and safety deposit bank accounts doesn't guarantee the Deceased Account Units at each of the banks will be aware of all accounts. I have provided the bank accounts I could locate where my parents both had accounts, in case something is banked with them. Given that there were little financial records at mom's house, other than burned bank statements retrieved from the back of the fireplace, I remain very concerned here.

I do expect that as per our conversations you will pursue the questionable financial transactions that have occurred with my parents' accounts. I will be looking forward to the results of the investigation into the troubling transactions I provided you evidence of, and which you so kindly said you'd do once Probate was filed.

I'll be looking forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
Saoirse Maxwell
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