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Explaining the Probate Application

When a person dies, their estate must be finalised. The person who finalises their estate is known as their Executor, but the executor can only have the right to access the deceased’s estate once they apply for Probate. What is Probate? Probate, also known as Confirmation in Scotland, is the legal process of executing a […]

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3 Legitimate Will Disputes

As long as there is a valid will in place, the administration of it is dealt with according to the stipulations of the deceased. In the cases where there is no will, then the intestacy rules are implemented. However, there are a rising number of cases where wills are disputed. There can be a number […]

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What are the Groups to Contesting a Will?

One of the most asked questions in a contested probate is regarding the legal requirements of just who is able to contest a will. Ultimately, there are six groups of people who can challenge a will, although some of the rules regarding each group can be quite complex. If you are considering contesting a will […]

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Is There a Time Limit to Contesting a Will?

In the vast majority of cases, a will is to be administered according to the wishes of the deceased. In those instances where a will was not created, the rules of intestacy will apply. However, in some cases, there are situations where someone wishes to contest and has grounds for challenging a will. There are […]

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