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getting the will to do paperwork yourself

(4 Posts)
Ladyflip Tue 26-Feb-13 20:47:02

Yes, agree with mumblechum, we require all executors to prove ID and consent to the release of the will.

btwo1 Tue 26-Feb-13 13:19:59

cheers mumblechum1

mumblechum1 Tue 26-Feb-13 13:00:00

Where I worked until recently, we asked the executors to come in in person to collect the will, and bring in their ID as well as the death certificate.

btwo1 Tue 26-Feb-13 11:50:56

After somebody has died, to get the will from the solicitor who has it stored, the solicitor who is dealing with the estate (if it is a different one) writes and asks for it with a death cerificate, correct? Is it the same if the executor just wants to do the paperwork themselves - they just write to the solicitor who has the will with a copy of the death certificate.

Thank you

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