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Once a will has gone to probate, is it true that, where a Solicitor

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Once a will has gone to probate, is it true that, where a Solicitor is involved and responsible for distribution to beneficiaries, the Solicitor has to wait a specific period of time to effect that distribution to allow for a possible challenge to the will?

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It is indeed correct that best practise is to place a Notice in a Local Paper and the London Gazette giving any potential creditors at least two months within which to make a claim and to delay distribution accordingly
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