Given that this is a very common situation to those who deal with probate, the fact that you are asking makes me wonder whether you should be dealing with this matter. I wonder are you a professional dealing with something outside your remit, or a lay person looking for free advice. Either way this is not what I believe this forum is for. You need to find yourself a suitably qualified professional who you should pay to deal with this.
If you are a professional you are doing your client no favours by dealing with matters outside your area of expertise. Questions on obscure points are one thing. Questions on fundamentals are quite another.
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