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We can support your application for Jersey probate where the deceased was domiciled outside of the UK or Jersey.
Jersey probate (also called 'letters of administration' where there is no will) will be required for persons who die domiciled in a foreign jurisdiction when the total value of the assets held in Jersey exceeds £10,000.
If a person dies domiciled in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man or Guernsey and a grant of probate or equivalent has been obtained in that jurisdiction the fast-track probate application can be used.
Where the deceased died domiciled outside of England and Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey we will require the following documentation:
As a guide we will generally require the following:
Once all the above information has been collated we will attend at the Probate Registry in Jersey on behalf of the executor or administrator to make the application for probate. It is following this appointment that a full Jersey grant of probate is issued.
We may require further information or documentation. We take care to ensure that each matter is reviewed on a case by case basis and will notify you promptly of any other requirements.
We offer a competitive fee structure and will be pleased to provide you with a fixed price quotation for your application.
The information above is intended to be a general guide. Please do not hesitate to call or email us to arrange a free consultation to discuss how we can assist you with your probate application.
This guide should not be considered as a substitute for specific legal advice. It should be noted that the contents of this guide relate only to individuals domiciled outside of England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey.
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