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Hi I am currently attempting to complete C1/C2 combined confirmation for my late father in laws estate and attempted to submit at the Sheriff Court however it was rejected and after much frustration at the lack of guidance by the court staff (I understand they are instructed not to help "large estates"), I would appreciate if anyone can help with the wording which is required for question 2 of the declaration. My father in law's will was joint with his wife who passed before him and there are two executors, both of whom now live at different addresses to that listed on the will. I have tried to research online and use the HMRC guidance but am getting nowhere. Any help would be appreciated.
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What is the relationship of each executor to the deceased?
Assuming that son and grandson are joint executors and that son is the declarant executor - here is one option.
Box at top of page 2.
[Son’s full name], son of the said deceased, residing sometime at [will address], and now resides at [present address]
Para 2 declaration
That I amalong with [full name of GS] residing at [address of GS] the executor nominate of the said deceased conform to his will dated the [Date] herewith exhibited and docquetted and signed by me as relative hereto and that I am the son of the deceased and the said [full name of GS] is a grandson of the deceased. In the said will I am designed as residing at [address in will] a former address and the said [full name of GS] is designed as residing at [address in will] a former address.