Most likely there has simply been a delaying in their arranging the distribution. There could be many reasons (illness, overburdened with work, the snow etc). Do not worry about the accrual of interest - the solicitors must account to the client for the interest earned on client monies (ie. the estate will receive the interest if it has been placed on a deposit account)
If you are in doubt, check the interest in the estate accounts. If it just shows a figure for interest, simply ask them to provide you with a statement of calculated interest.
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