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advice on vodafone share inherited

  • 09-07-2020 4:04pm
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    hI all,
    my mother in-law has recently passed away and my wife and her sister are the sole benefices of her estate.
    We have come across documents from Vodafone that state she had 22 shares in vodafone and 3 shares in Verizon.
    We have no experience in dealing with hsares or anything like it and im just wondering what can we do with them if we wanted to just 'cash them in'?
    There is also an cheque for 265 euro dated 4 march 2014 from vodafone.

    Any advice here would be really appreciated.


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 186 ✭✭Kickstart1.3

    Vodafone went through a few share splits so depending when She bought the shares (from a guess that she had a share cert then I'd say from the start) Those 22 shares would be roughly 330 Vodafone shares today. But Shareholders got one Verizon share for every 39 they held at one stage so it may be around 100 Vodafone shares She had
    I'm not sure about the Verizon stock, afaik Vodafone sold them at one stage.
    Anyways I think your first port of call is to a company called Computershare as they handled the share registrars of Vodafone and Verizon

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