Validating a scottish will after death


13-Nov-2020 00:26

Your parent's will must, therefore, be filed with the probate court shortly after his death if he held a bank account or any other property in his sole name.

Probate is only necessary for assets that your parent owns in his sole name But if your parent listed you as co-owner of his bank account or even on the deed to his home, giving you "rights of survivorship," the account or the property passes automatically and directly to you at his death. His estate owns it, so only the executor or the administrator of his estate can deal with it during the probate process.



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