You will normally find that the solicitor will either want to deal with everything or nothing at all.
If you already have Letters of the Administration, then to be honest, the paper crunching of getting the assets valuations in and so on, is normally carried out by of lowly legal secretary because it isn’t rocket science.
By all means speak to the solicitor about it but don’t be at all surprised if he says that it’s all or nothing.
You can of course make a complaint about the speed of this and if necessary refer the complaint to the Legal Ombudsman.
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