Sometimes a Deceased person may have died abroad, but still left UK assets, such as money in a bank account, shares or a property. If this is the case, how are the UK assets released?
Typically, most UK financial institutions will require what is known as a Grant of Probate this is a legal document issued to the Executor named in the will.
If the deceased died in a Country recognised by the UK's Colonial Probate Act it may well be possible to have the foreign Grant of Probate (or the equivalent legal document appointing the Executor to administer the estate) formerly Resealed in the UK by the UK Court which is known as the Probate Registry.
We have a dedicated international probate team that assist clients from outside the United Kingdom with Probate in the UK, we regularly assist foreign lawyers and Executors with Probate Reseal applications from Countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and South Africa.
We also regularly assist lawyers and administrators from countries such as the United States, Spain, France, Jersey, Guernsey, Germany, and Holland.
Need Probate help to release UK assets? we can help with:-
- • Probate reseal applications
- • Obtaining of Grants of Probate in the UK
- • Release of UK assets eg. bank accounts, share transfers etc
- • Affidavit’s of Foreign law
We have a dedicated team that handle Probate Reseal applications in the UK.
If you need UK assets releasing in the UK we can help, please e-mail email@example.com
or telephone +44 (0)1482 429985