Very often we are contacted by anxious relatives who have agreed the sale of a deceased persons property only to find out that probate hasn’t been obtained.
Unfortunately, it is very important that Executors or administrators of an estate appreciate that a copy of the will is simply not sufficient to sell a property. The reason for this is that the buyers solicitors need to know that the person selling the property has the authority to do so. As the solicitor must certify `good title ` to his client who is buying, the only legal document that shows the seller has the authority to actually sell a property is the the Grant of Probate. If you need probate urgently to sell a property call us now on 01482 429985 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org