Probate

Deed of Renunciation for Letters of Administration

This download is required for an entitled Administrator under the rules of intestacy to renounce their rights to act in the administration of the deceased persons estate. This Deed of Renunciation form for Letters of Administration is supplied at a low cost of just £12.50 plus vat.  This Deed is supplied in Microsoft Word format along with other associated documents ready for you to edit in simple steps and is emailed straight to you once purchased.  Please click on the button below to purchase online, or if you would like to pay by debit/credit card please call us free on 0800 612 6105.


Once you have edited the supplied document you must present the document to either other entitled estate administrators or perhaps other beneficiaries or alternatively the document can be sent to the probate registry. By completing this deed is does not mean you can not inherit from the estate, it simply means you do not wish to deal with the administration. In order to deny yourself from the inheritance you instead would need a deed of disclaimer.

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Renounce Probate through Letters of Administration
A Deed of Renunciation can be used in circumstance where a person is inline to take Letters of Administration where the Intestacy rules dictate they are the person who must deal with the affairs of the deceased.

As mentioned above when signing a Deed of Renunciation for Letters of Administration it is important to note that this does not mean you are not entitled to be beneficiary of the estate.

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