Whether you have lost a family member or friend bereavement is a difficult time; a time when you need help and guidance on what happens next.
You will probably have many questions, including how debts and funeral expenses can be paid from the estate and what happens to jointly owned property or bank accounts.
Administering an estate often includes dealing with the Probate Registry, Land Registry and Inland Revenue with set rules and procedures that must be followed, whether a Will was left or not. For those who are not conversant with the law, this represents an arduous task. Most families need help and guidance.
Probate experts : here to help at a time of need
Unlike Solicitors and many other Legal companies who often charge an hourly rate, we provide a which is quoted in advance of any work being undertaken. This could be a considerable saving on the fees you would typically need to pay a high street Bank or Solicitor.
Our Advisers are conversant with not only the legal issues but also the practical issues a family face with the loss of a loved one. Our aim is to share our collective experience of assisting thousands of families with you and discreetly discuss the duties you face at a time when you are least prepared to deal with them.
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