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At NGA Solicitors we can provide specialist advice delivered in a sensitive manner during these difficult times.
The process can be quite complex and differs depending on whether the deceased made a will or died intestate (without a will).
If the deceased made a will then they will have named executors, before administering the estate the executor will need to apply to the Probate Registry at the Court for a Grant of Probate. In certain circumstances a Grant of Probate in unnecessary but our experienced Solicitors will be able to advise you fully on all aspects of this process.
If the deceased did not make a will an application for Letters of Administration is required. Once obtained, the Letters of Administration grant a person, typically a relative, the legal right to administer the affairs of the deceased.