Can I put a lien on a person's will in the United Kingdom?
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For any proceeding in a foreign court, you will need to retain a qualified local attorney. For free advice on legal proceedings there, you should locate websites similar to this dealing primarily with British law rather than American law, or post under an international law category here. In the U.S., filing a claim against the estate can create a lien of sorts.
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