When a person dies, someone has to manage the distribution and settlement of his assets and affairs. But the person named as the executor in the will of the deceased must first obtain Grant of Probate before he can perform this function.


If you find yourself in a situation where you have to handle a deceased person's will or estate, Borchard and Moore strongly recommend that you seek legal advice at the earliest opportunity so you can be guided and informed of the proper legal steps that you must follow.


What is Probate?


Probate is the legal process to establish the validity of a will.


What is a Grant of Probate?


A grant of probate is the legal authority which means that the will is valid and that the executor is allowed to manage the estate in accordance with the probate law and to distribute the assets to the named beneficiaries.


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