GRANT OF PROBATE
When a loved one dies it is never easy to cope. Even though
you may not feel up to dealing with their affairs, it is
something that has to be done.
Knight Polson Solicitors has an experienced team to help
lift the burden, providing you with support at a difficult
When a person dies and they have made a Will appointing
executors, the people appointed might have to apply to the
Probate Registry for a Grant of Probate. Whether a Grant of
Probate is required depends on what the estate consists of and
the value of the estate. The Grant of Probate will enable the
executors to deal with the administration of the deceased
Click this link to read Daniel Cottrell, Civil Litigation
FILEX's, informative article describing how we can help in
cases of Contentious Probate.
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GRANT OF LETTERS OF
If someone dies "intestate", i.e. when a person
dies without making a Will or leaving a valid Will,
complicated legal rules apply as to who receives the Estate.
You need the facts.
A Grant of Letters of Administration might be required when
a person dies "intestate". This Grant enables the
administrators to deal with the administration of the deceased
estate. There is a strict priority list of who can apply to be
administrators for this type of grant.
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