Here Is Our Glossary Oxford
Creating a Will Oxford requires understanding various legal terms and concepts. By familiarizing yourself with these fundamental terms, you’ll be better equipped to navigate the essential process of Will writing. Our team of experts is here to provide you with unique and engaging content tailored to your needs.
This is somebody who manages the financial affairs of the deceased where there is no Will.
Normally the administrator is someone who is the next of kin.
This can be anything you own that is of value. This can include property.
Those who have been left money or other benefits in a Will.
A gift made in a Will to an individual or body.
The children of the deceased. This means illegitimate and adopted children but not stepchildren unless the Will includes provision for them.
This is a legal document that alters or adds to an existing Will and therefore needs to be kept with it. Like a Will Oxford, it also has to be witnessed.
Grant of Probate:
Letters of administration:
Probate Registry Oxford: