Hi My aunt died in 2004 leaving everything to her son. My cousin died in 2008 without signing his will. As the closest relative I was tasked with the administration of his estate and probate. However we discovered that no probate had been done for his mother which then had to do. The whole estate was distributed to a number of relatives. It now turns out that there is a matter of Aviva shares that have been found that we're his mothers. Amount is in the region of £500. CN you tell me what should happen to these shares and whether I am legally entitled to them or will they have to be shared between relatives who are scattered throughout the world I hope you can advise me Mrs j XXXXXXXX
Hello and thank you for your question. I will be very pleased to assist you. I'm a practicing lawyer in England with over 10 years experience.
may I ask if you have the share certificate for shares in question please?
hello. Would you be able to tell me if you have the share certificates for the shares you have discovered please?
Would you be able to tell me if you have the share certificates for the shares you have discovered please?