Intestacy and letters of administration
If a loved one has passed away without making a will then the law of intestacy will apply. A grant of letters of administration will have to be sought from the probate registry. This application can be made by one or more close relatives of the deceased.
If the probate registry issues the grant they can then act as administrators of the estate. As the area of wills and estate can be filled with legal complexities it is wise to seek expert legal advice.
At Tayntons we are here to support you on such matters and to advise you on the necessary next steps. We understand the complicated process and can help to relieve the pressure you are facing.
To find out more about our services in this area simply call our legal team on 0800 158 4147 or use our online contact form. We will work on your behalf to ensure that the interests of the administrators and potential beneficiaries are properly safeguarded.0800 158 4147 firstname.lastname@example.org