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Caveat - how to establish if this has been filed

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  • Caveat - how to establish if this has been filed

    apologies for posting this in wrong thread originally

    Dear All,
    After a very long 2 years of trying to sort our my parents wills and probate and despite spending considerable amounts of money we have not really progressed any further. I am going back to the beginning to see if there is something 'simple' we may have missed and all this before the inevitable court proceedings are entered - we just cannot get any form of response from my sibling who is unhappy with the will and her husband is executor so I want to check that everything has been ticked along the way.

    So, my question is - if my sibling has an issue with the will Im assuming they will have issued a caveat against the will being formalised. If this is the case, will there be a record lodged somewhere officially that I can see and check the details - trying to do more research before going back to our solicitors ?

    Thanks as always
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  • #2
    You should ask executor sibling #1 if the probate application has been submitted, and if so, when

    Executors are informed by the probate registry when caveats are filed holding up the application

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    • #3
      Apologies I missed you had replied - the probate for my fathers will has not been submitted - he died in June 2021.

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      • #4
        The OP has another thread going.
        Lawyer (solicitor) - retired from practice, now in academia. I do not advise by private message.

        Litigants in Person should download and read this: https://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/..._in_Person.pdf

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