use probated in a sentence.
The will for each jurisdiction can be "probated" or the administration of the estate in each country started independently and without delay, for example, for the grant of probate to issue here.
Jillian, her attorney, said the will would be probated in a couple of months.
On the charge of money laundering, DeLay was sentenced to five years but that was probated for 10 years.
Why this should be so we could not at the time understand, for when Eben Hale's will was probated, the world learned that he was sole heir to his employer's many millions, and it was expressly stipulated that this great inheritance was given to him without qualification, hitch, or hindrance in the exercise thereof.
Lack of trust in the court system and lack of funds to access that system meant that wills were not probated, multiple heirs often made property claims and squatting on property occurred.