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Browsing: Probate Process (when there is a will)
Simply.Law’s comprehensive guide on what to do when someone dies can help you understand the processes and help you take the first steps.
Matrimonial property regime rules are not part of UK law but they are a subject of interest for cross border clients and their international probate lawyers.
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Probate isn’t always required for banks to release money to an executor. However, each financial institution has their own threshold.
The executors and beneficiaries are not obliged to use the named professional executor’s firm to carry out any of the grant of probate or estate administration.
Our useful checklist for executors takes you through each stage of the probate and estate administration process. National Helpline 0845 3883 765
Simply.Law examines timescales in probate so that you can consider how long the process might take and how it might affect you.
There are six main stages of probate, our guide takes you through each stage, step by step. Simply.Law is able to assist with any stage of probate you are unsure about – call our Helpline 0800 368 6338