When a person dies, if there is a Will they would have named an Executor.
The Executor is responsible for managing and distributing the estate on behalf of the deceased. They could be an individual such as a family member or friend, or they might be company such a firm of solicitors or a bank.
Being an Executor is a very involved job and amongst other things they will have to:
They will also have to apply for a "grant of probate" from the Probate Registry which gives them the legal right to distribute the deceased's estate.
The Probate Bureau can help with all aspects of dealing with executing a will.
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