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Probate & Administration

When a person who has made a Will passes away, their executors will typically need to apply for a Grant of Probate. However, If someone dies without having written a Will, their relatives or next of kin will need to apply for a Grant of Letters of Administration. The Grant of Probate and the Grant of Letters of Administration confirms the ability of the executor/administrator to deal with the deceased’s estate allowing them to manage and collect the deceased’s assets, pay their debts and distribute the estate in accordance with the terms of the Will or in accordance with the intestacy rules.


We understand that the death of a family member or someone close to you is a distressing and traumatic experience. Obtaining and then dealing with a Grant of Representation can be a complicated and lengthy process. Our team of experienced solicitors specialize in all forms of Wills, Probate and Estate Administration law. Whether you need us to obtain a Grant of Representation on your behalf or deal with the entire process of estate administration from start to finish we will do our utmost to ensure that the process will be as stress free and effective as possible.