When a will maker dies, the executor generally has a duty to obtain a grant of probate before carrying out the terms of the will. Where a person dies without leaving a will, a grant of letters of administration will be required before the estate can be distributed.
Disputes often arise about the validity of the will or who the administrator should be, in which case professional advice is recommended.
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We focus on trial readiness and the identification of critical issues early on to maximise the prospects of turning opportunity into advantage and resolving will disputes & family provision claims quickly and cost effectively.