What is probate?
Essentially, a Grant of Probate is permission from the court to say that a Will is valid, and the executor has authority to begin administering the estate after someone dies.
Probate isn't needed in all cases - for example, if the estate is small and of low value. In other cases where there is no Will, a Grant of Letters of Administration may be required instead.
We can help you understand if you need a grant of probate, as well as other tasks in the process, including:
- Completing your application
- Advice on the requirements for a Grant of Probate
- Distribution of the estate
- Your duties as an executor
If you need to apply for a Grant of Probate, get in touch. Our expert Wills and Estates lawyers can take on the administrative burden for you.