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To apply for probate by post, you'll need one of the PA1 probate application forms. You'll need to fill in PA1P to apply for probate if there's a will, or PA1A to apply for probate if there is no will. Before applying for probate, you'll need to pay any inheritance tax due.
Common Questions A submission for estate grant in Form P2. An affidavit of the applicant in Form P3 (for a simple estate) or Form P4 (for a complex estate). Two copies of a certificate of wills notice search, which is requested through an Application for Search of Wills Notice Form from the Vital Statistics Agency.
As of August 7th, 2019, the BC probate fee is roughly 1.4%. More specifically, there is no probate fee for the first $25,000. In between $25,000 and $50,000, the fee is 0.6%. And for amounts over $50,000, the fee is 1.4%.
The simple answer is yes. It is possible to handle probate yourself but, more importantly, should you? Where there is a will, an executor will normally be appointed. However, if no will exists or no executor is able, then the administrator will have power to undertake the administration of an estate.
If you haven't started dealing with any of the estate assets, you can decline \u2014 that is, renounce \u2014 your appointment as executor. You can do this by signing a form called a notice of renunciation. This form will need to be filed in court when someone applies for probate or administration.

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You may need to complete one of these forms to support your probate application. Form PA11: Apply for power of attorney (will) ... Form PA12: Apply for power of attorney (intestate) ... Report a will is lost to support a probate application: Form PA13. ... Form PA14: Medical certificate (probate)
Notaries cannot provide legal advice regarding obtaining grants of probate or letters of administration or advise on disputes relating thereto for their clients.
For more detail on the documents required, an excellent resource is the BC Probate and Estate Administration Practice Manual, published by the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC, and available on computers at Courthouse Libraries across BC, and in hard copy at some branches.
There is a 3-week waiting period between the time of death and the ability to file a probate application, and then a further 3-6 week (typically) wait between an application is received and the approval of the registration, however, depending on various circumstances both pertaining to and outside your specific case, ...
Step 1: File the Will and \u201cPetition/Administration or Probate of Will,\u201d Probate Court form PC-200, within 30 days of the decedent's death. A petition for administration or probate of Will should be submitted to the Probate Court within 30 days of the decedent's death. ... Step 7: File tax returns and pay applicable taxes.

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