When disposing of an estate, you will sometimes need to obtain a document called a Grant of Probate, or, depending on the situation Letters of Administration. If needed, this document is an official statement to asset and debt holders, informing them that you are the executor in charge of distributing the assets and paying off the debts. It allows them to communicate with you, safe in the knowledge that they are resolving the estate with the designated representative.
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Katie Marie is a horror enthusiast and writer from Norfolk, England. She has been published in several anthologies and magazines, and her Novella A Man in Winter was recently released by Brigids Gate Press. Katie started writing while studying at Aberystwyth University in the early 2000’s and several years later she has received a Masters Degree and published many short stories, a novel and novella. You can connect with Katie on Facebook at facebook.com/katiemariewriter or on Twitter @KatieMarieWrite. You can also visit her website, katiemariewriter.com to sign up for emails about new releases, short stories and blogs gushing about the horror genre. View all posts by Katie Marie