Published On: Wed, Feb 24th, 2016

Siblings in court battle over father’s £3.2 million Holocaust fund

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A brother and sister are embroiled in a feud over a £3.2 million fund set up by their Jewish father in case there was ever another Holocaust.

Alan Hamilton, 69, an accountant, received about £1 million from the Liechtenstein fund after the death of his father, David, but then discovered that his sister, Carolyn, 64, a barrister, had been given £2.2 million.

Alan Hamilton launched a High Court bid to reduce his sister’s share of their fortune, claiming his late father David set up a foundation “like a piggy bank — away from the eyes of the English taxman”.

Alan says he was deprived of his fair share of the £3.2million fund when his father died nine years ago aged 84.

He’s behaved very poorly, in a spiteful, mean and nasty way

Carolyn Hamilton

Read the full story at the telegraph, by Tom Morgan, and agency

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