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Search online for a will, grant of representation or probate document for a death in or after 1858
Find out if you need to apply for probate to deal with the estate of someone who’s died.
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An executor is someone named in a will as responsible for sorting out the…
You can apply for probate yourself or pay a solicitor or probate…
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Get a divorce: apply online or by post.
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Make a claim against someone who owes you money or manage an existing claim: small claims court.
Find decisions on Employment Tribunal cases in England, Wales and Scotland.
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The steps you must take when someone dies - register a death, report a death with Tell Us Once, coroners, funerals and death abroad
Magistrates’ court lists in England and Wales will be published online for the first time, making it easier to access listing information.
Pay civil or family court fees or tribunal fees, get help with fees if you're on a low income or getting benefits
What to do if you're asked to do jury service - taking time off work, delaying jury service, claiming expenses.
How to take an employer to a tribunal: the hearing, what happens if you lose your case, how to appeal.
Check what to do after a death - how to register the death, notify government departments and manage financial issues.
When your husband or wife applies for divorce: how to respond, agree or disagree, start your own proceedings, court hearing, apply for a decree absolute.
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