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Completing form N208

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  • Completing form N208

    Hi everyone
    I am looking for advice on how to complete a filing for a probate inventory and account, using form N208.
    I am a residual beneficiary, having problems getting information from the executor ( my brother).
    who is refusing to give any I formation on my deceased fathers estate, He tells me he has spent £4000 on funeral, wake and change of locks. But has only sold one item from the estate for £40, he boot sales £100, and he has given away my father's car, everything else he has given away to non beneficiaries and charity shops.
    he went comment jewellery that was in my father's estate, or some of the larger equipment like stair lifts and kitchen appliances.
    I have been told the best way, now he has eventually filed for probate ( only because his son wants to buy the other beneficiaries shares in the house at a knock down price) is to apply for the inventory and accounts in the probate court, to find out what has happened to all my fathers belongings, I did ask him for an inventory, but he tells me he didn't make one! Suggestions please?
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