Late All That Remains Guitarist Oli Herbert Signed A Will That Left His Wife As The Sole Executor And Benefactor A Week Before His Death

According to The Hartford Courant police are now investigating a will that was signed by late All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert a week before his death. As previously reported, the musician’s body was found in a pond near his Stafford Springs, CT home on October 16, 2018 and his death is being investigated as suspicious.

The 11-page will was notarized by a friend of Oli and his widow Beth at a local car dealership on October 9. The friend worked at the dealership and one of their co-workers served as a witness.

The will and a life insurance policy, which is also being looked at, name Beth as the sole executor and benefactor. It also allegedly says she will be entitled to all property and current and future earnings. The will was filed in probate court in late December, although the site does mention that “there is no attorney signature on it or any indication that it was reviewed by any legal representatives.”

The report goes on to say Beth was originally cooperating with the police on the investigation but has since directed questions to her attorney Anthony Spinella.

This news comes after Beth recently issued a statement warning trespassers to stay away from the property and after it was revealed that the home was in foreclosure at the time of Herbert’s death.

Beth previously said he died from drowning and that anti-depressants and a sleep aid were found in his system. However, the medical examiner’s office said the manner of death is still “undetermined.”

Fans and friends have long thought his death was suspicious and have been sharing evidence on a Justice For Oli Herbert Facebook page.

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Late All That Remains Guitarist Oli Herbert’s Widow Issues Statement Warning Trespassers To Stay Away From Property

Four men were found sneaking around the Stafford Springs, CT home of late All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert. The police were called and his widow Beth has now issued a statement warning trespassers to stay away.

Beth said the following:

“Hello everyone this is Beth.

I can’t say anything about the investigation because it is still open.

I am making this post today because something very disturbing happened yesterday; a group of four men trespassed onto my property to go poking around where Oli’s body was taken out of the pond. The police were called and a report was filed.

I know that there has been a lot of talk about everything going on with the property and the estate. Without getting into too much personal estate/family information, whatever is happening with the estate and property it’s happening for a reason and under the guidance of attorneys. This house is still and will continue to be very much occupied and the family home. It is still considered private property and anybody who trespasses will be reported to the police and charges will be pressed for trespassing and disturbing the peace.

As much as some people are presenting themselves to know what’s going on with this estate, they don’t. If there is something that needs to be said regarding this estate, that information will be made on this page. For the record, none of Oli’s property or equipment has been sold or given away. The guitars, his equipment, and all of his personal belongings are in a secure, undisclosed location. Everything is still in my possession and NOT for sale.

Thank you all for your support during this difficult time.”

This news comes after it was recently revealed that the home was in foreclosure at the time of Herbert’s death.

The musician’s body was found in a pond near the house on October 16, 2018 and his death is being investigated as suspicious. His widow Beth said he died from drowning and that anti-depressants and a sleep aid were found in his system. However, the medical examiner’s office said the manner of death is still “undetermined.”

Fans and friends have long thought his death was suspicious and have been sharing evidence on a Justice For Oli Herbert Facebook page.

Late All That Remains Guitarist Oli Herbert’s House Was In Foreclosure At The Time Of His Death

According to The Hartford Courant, Oli Herbert‘s Stafford Springs, CT home was in foreclosure at the time of his death. Back in June, the Freedom Mortgage Corporation filed a foreclosure notice, saying the All That Remains guitarist did not pay back a $132,554 mortgage loan on the house, which was purchased for $135,000 in 2013. The records also mention that Herbert didn’t contest the foreclosure and that the bank was able to move forward through default motion after he failed to appear in court in September. The company are now trying to take immediate possession of the property. Herbert’s body was found in a pond near the home on October 16 and his death is being investigated as suspicious. His widow Beth said he died from drowning and that anti-depressants and a sleep aid were found in his system. However, the medical examiner’s office said the manner of death is still “undetermined.” Fans and friends have long thought his death was suspicious and have been sharing evidence on a Justice For Oli Herbert Facebook page.