Helping Executors in Estate Administration
Probate can be a very complex process, and unfortunately those named as Executors are not necessarily up to the task of handling the entire Estate Administration without assistance.
Winding up a person's estate after they have died is not something to be undertaken lightly or without some experience. Most Executors will turn to a solicitor or some other such entity to assist them in the administration of the deceased's estate.
The putting of an individuals affairs in order after their death can be a daunting task, accounting for all property, assets and investments as well as all debts and liabilities, addressing the matter of inheritance tax, the guardianship of children (or even animals) and distribution of bequests to all named beneficiaries.
It is not something any individual should try to tackle alone.
The good news is that we can offer whatever level of assistance is needed to help you put the affairs the deceased in order, whether that be a complete Probate and Administration service or simply providing advice and assistance on completion of forms or on specific aspects of the administration.
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