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januaryjojo Thu 25-Aug-11 22:47:23

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LittlePushka Thu 25-Aug-11 23:04:15

Depends upon the wishes of the executor. Some executors do not advise any beneficiaries until after the grant of probate has been obtained ,..others want them to know immediately. Do you know if the grant has yet been applied for?

januaryjojo Thu 25-Aug-11 23:17:14

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LittlePushka Thu 25-Aug-11 23:36:09

You can contact the probate registyr and make arrangemetns for them to advise when the will is proved.

How long is it since she died?

OldLadyKnowsNothing Thu 25-Aug-11 23:41:55

It's not unusual for it to take 6 months or more; how long has it been?

Collaborate Fri 26-Aug-11 07:42:05

you can put in a standing search at the probate registry. You need the full name of the deceased,the address at the date of death, and the date of death. It costs (I recall) £7 and lasts for 6 months. You have to keep on renewing it. You'll be notified when probate has been granted.

Then you can get a copy of the will.

januaryjojo Fri 26-Aug-11 13:55:33

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