Whether a person dies with or without a Will, the deceased’s estate must go through probate. This refers to the process where the deceased’s assets are valued, debts are settlement and the remainder is distributed to family members or interested parties. With testacy, the nominated executor will apply to court for a Grant of Probate. If there is not Will, a next of kin will have to apply to court for Letters of Administration.
Probate Complete Service includes: Free initial face to face meeting with a local Probate Consultant at home or another location of your choice in England or Wales. We take full responsibility for getting the Grant of Probate and dealing with the Legal, Tax (excluding...
If an individual dies without a Will, or the Will is found to be invalid, or no executors are named, their estate will fall into intestacy. In these circumstances, a next of kin can apply to court for grant of Letters of Administration. The person to whom the court...
In order to commence probate, the executor must obtain a Grant of Probate from a court to the effect the Will is recognised as legally valid. Once granted, the executor can begin the process of distribution. Probate will always be required where: real property, such...
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