Thank you very much, Al. But what about the rest of the estate (money) in the will? Does it get distributed according to the will or will is no longer valid?
01 April 2014 18:04(GMT/GMT)
Can I ask you a bit more, please. (I have subscribed for the monthly JustAnswer service).
I don't like the solicitor who has made the will any more - he treated very badly another friend of mine and was incompetent and greedy. In the will this solicitor and I are executors and trustees to the Will.
It says " Any powers given to trustees on my Will may be exercised by my Trustees before the administration of my estate is complete and before a grant of representation has been obtained" - what does it mean?
"The standard provisions of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners shall apply to this my will" - what does this mean?
And last question - can I use some other solicitor?
Thank you for your answer. When the will was made the solicitor insisted there should be two executors and offered himself to be the second one. He said it won't cost anything. (For the will's purposes, there will be only about £13,000 to be redistributed between a relative, another friend and me.) So I understand I will need to pay him for the Probate? Or can I go somewhere else for Probate purposes? Or do it myself?
Thank you very much, Al. That is all and you answered my questions brilliantly. If I contact your company again, I will ask for you help. Thank you once again and good night.
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