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It must be in writing, whether typed or handwritten; Your loved one the testator must have signed and dated the will; and. The will must also have the signature of at least two witnesses.
Send a written request to the executors of the will So, the first thing to do is ask them! If youre a residuary beneficiary (that is, someone who will inherit whats left of the estate once all the specific gifts have been given) the executors will usually follow through on a written request to see the will.
(B) An executor, administrator, or administrator with the will annexed may commence an action in the probate court, on the executor or administrators own motion, to sell any part or all of the decedents real property, even though the real property is not required to be sold to pay debts or legacies.
It must occur either six months after the decedents death or two months after the cause of the action ensues, whichever is later.
Executors must not unreasonably delay distributing the estate for their own gain or any other party. However, even after the executors year, the court will not order a distribution of the estate if the executors can show there is good reason to wait.
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In other cases, it can be sensible for the Executors to make no payment until at least six months after the date of the grant. This is because there is a six month time limit under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975, which runs from the date of the grant of probate.
The most direct option would be going to the probate court in person and asking for help finding the documents you need. Most probate clerks will be helpful and can locate the estate information by using the deceaseds legal name.
After an individual has passed away, the executor who is the person or people who have been appointed in the will to administer the estate is the only person entitled to see the will and read its contents.
If the executor or administrator distributes any part of the assets of the estate within three months after the death of the decedent, the executor or administrator shall be personally liable only to those claimants who present their claims within that three-month period.
To sell real estate by consent, the executor or administrator must obtain the written authorization to sell the real estate from the decedents surviving spouse and all of the beneficiaries under the Will or heirs at law.

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