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What is Administratrix

When a deceased person dies without a last will and testament, a court will have to appoint someone to administrate the deceased persons estate. This person is called an administrator or administratrix if a woman and can be appointed by a court in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.Get a Last will and testament

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