What are Letters of Administration?

If a person dies without leaving a Will an application will need to be made to the Court which is similar to applying for a Grant of Probate. This application is referred to as Letters of Administration.

As there is no Will and no executor, it is usually the next of kin that takes on the role on dealing with a deceased person’s Estate. They cannot do this until a Grant of Letters of Administration is granted by the Court. Once Letters of Administration are granted it is essentially the same as a Grant of Probate.

What should you do next?

It is vital to consult with an experienced Wills and Estate lawyer before applying to a court for a Grant of Letters of Administration. Our team have extensive experience relating to Letters of Administration and will assist you by providing a cost effective and timely resolution to the problem that arises when a person dies without a Will. It is essential to consult an experienced lawyer before applying to a court for a Grant of Letters of Administration.

Our team have extensive experience in all areas of the and procedure relating to Letters of Administration and have the capacity to assist our clients achieve a swift and cost effective resolution to the problem that arises when a person dies without a Will.

Contact our team today should you have any questions or legal issues regarding the above.

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