Probate and Estate Administration
When someone passes away, their next of kin or the person appointed within the Will will be responsible for finalising the affairs of the person who has died, this will include such things as closing the bank accounts, selling property, paying tax and other liabilities, as well as applying to the Court for 'Probate' and paying the inheritance to the beneficiaries.
But dealing with the death of a loved one can be one of the most difficult and emotional times in our lives. Dealing with these things will be overwhelming for some people and many will struggle to cope. Bereavement isn't an everyday experience and for many, it will be their first experience of dealing with grief and will be left feeling unsure about what to do and where to turn.
But don't worry, you're not on your own. We are here to help you. Whether you want to talk to a specialist to simply be pointed in the right direction or if you would prefer to have help with the 'legal bit' or even hand the responsibility and burden on to someone else, then we have services tailored to meet your individual needs.
You choose how much or how little help you need and we will provide it.