1. Essentially, you need to cite the executor or get the executor to renounce their right to take out probate to the will. Then once the executor has renounced the executorship, someone else, such as yourself, needs to take out letters of administration to the estate so that the will can be administered. Just because an executor will not act, this does not mean that the estate simply cannot be administered.
2. You can then simply administer the will in accordance with its terms and divide the cash amongst whoever is supposed to benefit. There is no reason to not administer the estate merely because the solicitors will not act.
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Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further informtaion first.
Which part of the UK are you in and who is due to inherit under the terms of the Will
Have the solicitors confirmed why they do not wish to act?
Have they done anything at all with reagrd to the Estate (this is an important point)