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My mother has passed away and has left a will naming my brother

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My mother has passed away and has left a will naming my brother and myself as executors. I have Court of Protection for my Mum to deal with her property and affairs do I still need to go through probate before selling her home?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  tdlawyer replied 2 years ago.
tdlawyer :

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tdlawyer :

Yes, you are still going to need to go through probate to be able to sell the property. Deputyships from the Court of Protection (which I believe you are referring to) does not mean you can avoid probate and other forms of power of attorney will lapse on death - so in short, you will still need to take the matter through probate.

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