Glen Walford. See News Team story NTICARE: A leading international theatre director may be forced to sell her family home to fund her own ageing mother’s care bills following a landmark legal ruling. Legal experts have warned it could pave the way for millions of families effectively having their homes sold from underneath them to pay for relatives’ care. Glen Walford, 70, lived part-time at the family’s £205,000 home in Stourport-on-Severn, Worcs., while also renting a flat in London. When her mother Mary Walford, now 93, moved into a care home in 2006 she successfully battled to stop the family home being sold to pay the bills.

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