I have been instructed to deal with an intestate estate by the deceased’s only sibling. The deceased was not married and had no children. His parents are still alive but do not want to be involved in the administration or benefit from the estate which they want to go my client. My understanding is that the best way to deal with this is for the parent to assign their interest to my client, who can then apply for the grant pursuant to NCPR r24. However I am unable to find a precedent Deed of Assignment. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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