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Probate & Intestacy

Probate

The death of a loved one is a very stressful and emotional time for those they leave behind.

If you have been appointed as the Executor of a Will you are responsible for ensuring that the estate of the Deceased is administered in accordance with their wishes.

This could involve you:

  • Applying to the court to obtain a Grant of Probate
  • Completing and submitting to Revenue and Customs the necessary tax returns
  • Paying any tax due
  • Arranging for the sale of the Deceased's property
  • Taking in the other assets of the Deceased
  • Distributing the estate in accordance with the Will of the Deceased
  • Preparing final estate accounts.

Our experienced team can offer practical advice at the difficult time following the death of a loved one. Our input can be limited to dealing with only certain aspects of an estate or, where we are appointed as Executors, to deal with the entire estate. Whatever our involvement we ensure that matters are dealt with as quickly as possible thereby minimising upset and worry.

Intestacy

Where your loved one has died without making a valid Will it is necessary for someone - normally a close relative - to apply to the court for a Grant of Administration.

Once issued the Grant of Letters of Administration gives the authority to act in the administration of the Deceased's estate. This can involve:

  • Completing and submitting to Revenue and Customs the necessary tax returns
  • Arranging for the sale of the Deceased's property
  • Taking in the other assets of the Deceased
  • Distributing the assets of the estate in accordance with the Intestacy Rules

Our experienced team can help to guide you through the legal and practical difficulties which arise in these cases whether by simply helping with the court application to obtain the grant of letters of administration or by dealing with the administration of the estate on your behalf.

R N Williams & Co.
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Wolverhampton,
WV1 4QQ
Tel: 01902 429 051
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Charlotte Richards Solicitor

Charlotte Richards

Main areas of focus: Lasting Powers of Attorney, Wills and Probate and Residential Conveyancing.

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