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What is a Grant de Bonis Non?

on 22-Nov-2023 15:09:10 By | Vicki Keepen |
It is already a difficult time when a loved one passes away and their estate is being administered. However, this challenging period can be made even more difficult when the Executor or Administrator (collectively known as Personal Representatives) of the deceased’s estate also passes away during the administration process. When a chain of representation is unable to be used to allow for the administration of the estate to continue, a new application to the Probate Registry will need to be made for a Grant de Bonis Non Administratis (less formally known as a Grant de Bonis Non).
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What to do when someone dies without a Will

on 26-Jul-2023 08:45:00 By | Charlotte Toogood |
When someone dies without leaving a Will, it is known as dying intestate. Intestacy can complicate the probate and estate administration processes, as the law decides who will deal with the estate and who will inherit from it. In this blog, we aim to answer frequently asked questions about the processes involved when someone dies without a Will in the UK.
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What is a Grant of Letters of Administration?

on 11-May-2023 16:02:50 By | Nigel Merchant |
Dealing with the estate of a loved one after they have passed away can be a complex and emotional process. One important step in the estate administration process can be obtaining a Grant of Letters of Administration (also known as simply Letters of Administration).
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What is a Grant of Representation?

on 31-Jan-2023 13:24:16 By | Nigel Merchant |
A Grant of Representation is a legal document issued in the United Kingdom that gives the person named on it the authority to administer the estate and other assets of a deceased person. In simple terms, it is a document that proves that the person handling the deceased's assets has the legal right to do so.
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