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The procedures in an estate administration may take from six months to several years, and a client’s patience may be sorely tried during this time. However, it has been our experience that clients who are forewarned have a much higher tolerance level for the slowly turning wheels of justice. The following is a portion of the duties of an administrator: Conduct a thorough search of the decedent’s personal papers and effects for any evidence that might point you in the direction of a potential creditor; Carefully examine the decedent’s checkbook and check register for recurring payments, as these may ...
Probate is a process of submitting a deceased person's Will to the court and obtaining a court order called a Grant of Probate. Along with the original, signed Will, the executor sends a group of documents that together are called an Application for Probate. The Grant of Probate confirms the validity of the Will, confirms that the executor is the person in charge of the estate, and confirms that all parties, including beneficiaries, creditors, banks, land registries etc, should follow the instructions and wishes set out in the Will. Some of the information sent along with the Will ... Read More
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