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Resealing a foreign grant of probate to secure assets in England or Wales
- Preparation of a letter of authority or a Power of Attorney to be signed by the executor confirming that the lawyer has authority to apply for the grant.
- Preparation of an Inheritance Tax (IHT) account to submit to HMRC and arrangements made for any IHT to be paid accordingly from the deceased’s funds.
- Submitting of an application to reseal the foreign grant to the Probate Registry, along with the signed letter of authority, the original foreign grant (or Court sealed copy), copy Will and translation if required.
To find out more about how Buckles Solicitors can assist with the resealing of foreign grants of probate, please call us on 01733 888888.