A Straightforward Guide to Probate and the Law
A concise and informative guide to all the processes that underpin probate and the obtaining of probate. The book is designed exclusively for anyone who is either a family member or is acting as an executor of an estate. By using this clear and easy to understand guide, the processes of applying for probate and also understanding taxation and the final accounts will become clear.
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The Reasons for Making a Will
Making Provisions in Your Will
The Contents of the Will
The Intervention of the Courts
Making a Will in Scotland
Applying For Probate
The Distribution of the Estate
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