Traducción de probate en Español:


Pronunciación /ˈprəʊbeɪt//ˈproʊˌbeɪt/


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    to grant sb probate declarar a algn legítimo albacea
    • A solicitor taking out probate is not bound to do everything in his own person.
    • Holding all the assets through an offshore company will greatly simplify this process, as the executors then only have to prove probate in the jurisdiction where the company was based.
    • I do not accept that a rate ascertained in that way is a fair measure for a solicitor's hourly rate in dealing with a quite complicated probate matter.
    • The couple's plan includes two irrevocable trusts that will prevent nearly $2 million in combined assets from being challenged in probate court.
    • His Honour indicated that the Court would be prepared to grant probate if the applicant produced the original of the will for citing and copying.
    • Finally there were courts administering family and probate matters, which had inherited their jurisdiction from the ecclesiastical courts, and the Court of Admiralty.
    • Dunagan notes that assets transferred in a trust are immediately available to his heirs, saving them the time and expense of probate court.
    • Our Client Guide in Probate Matters also explains the way in which we charge for probate work.
    • I think most probate fees are progressive like succession fees and death duties used to be.
    • Because a claim like that has to be brought within six months from the date of grant of probate.
    • No, I am worried about the law of probate at the moment.
    • ‘The most popular of these courses tend to be in the mainstream practice areas of residential and commercial conveyancing, probate and litigation,’ he said.
    • The value of your estate for probate purposes includes the value of any real property less any mortgages on that property.
    • Her estate was sworn for probate at £1.285 million net with the house and furniture being valued at £435,000.
    • A $20 million scam that involved a forged grant of administration from the High Court probate office has been reported to the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation.
    • Each year millions of dollars are spent on soaring attorney and court fees associated with probate proceedings upon the death of a loved one.
    • This was settled late last year and agreement was made in probate court.
    • Therefore, if you were to pass away unexpectedly, the business might get stuck in probate court.
    • Careful planning makes it possible to avoid conflicts between co-owners and heirs, provide liquidity to heirs, maximize the practice's value and avoid probate.
    • The original owners passed away and the children have been fighting each other in probate court over who was going to get the house.

    trámite para obtener la autenticación de un testamento

  • 2also probate copy

    copia autenticada de un testamento

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    (will) autenticar
    (will) legalizar