When to apply for a grant of representation

In the latest Trusts and Estates Newsletter, HMRC has warned against applying too early for a grant of representation, in order to avoid delays.

A grant of representation includes both a grant of probate (where the deceased had a valid will) and a grant of letters of administration (where there isn’t a valid will). The process is known as ‘confirmation’ in Scotland.

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