Planning Your Estate

Probating a Will

Probating a will means having the will validated by a court, which authorizes the liquidator of the estate to carry out the last wishes of the testator.

Not all wills have to be probated, but when this formality is required, a legal advisor generally takes care of it.

This information is presented for information purposes only and should not be considered to be legal or financial advice. For further information, contact a legal or financial advisor.

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