We have an estate where a tenant in common died intestate - her husband seemingly didn’t administer the estate, he then died intestate and Letter of Admin have been obtained.
The property is own tenants in common with a sibling who has also died and her Executor is dealing with the sale.
We suspect that to obtain the funds technically due to the husband’s estate from the solicitors acting in the sisters estate some proof of entitlement will be needed.
HMRC and PLC are unclear, can you obtain Letters of Admin de bonis non without a previous grant being obtained?
Or should I be looking to obtain another type of Grant?
Paytons Solicitors LLP