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Thank you this is useful... I actually dealt with my mothers will and dividing of the estate/ sorting probate etc. but because my younger brother was living in the house at the time we didn't sell the house at that time.
We have the Deeds and land registery certificate letters of probate and death certificate.
When we actually sign over the property to the buyer through our chosen local solicitor, will all 3 of us need to be there to sign. My older brother works away a lot and I work shifts so it will be difficult for us to get together.
Is there anything that I will specifically need to take to the solicitor to reduce the appiontments and solicitor's time in dealing with this sale.
Thank you for your time... this is such a convienient way to get specialist advice.
I am. But I don't seem to have any official document stating that. Thanks
Thank you for you advice / help