If you’ve recently experienced the loss of a family member or friend and are the will’s executor, then My Law Matters can help. Having to sort through estate administration while grieving and making funeral arrangements can be an incredibly challenging time. Our expert solicitors can bear the responsibility of executing the will and administering the estate correctly.
Probate and estate administration explained
Anyone named the executor of a will must strictly carry out the will’s instructions. Often this will include applying for a grant of probate or grant of letters of administration to obtain the authority over the estate’s administration. Estate administration can comprise paying taxes due to HRMC such as inheritance or capital gains tax, distributing assets to beneficiaries and tying up the deceased’s legal and financial affairs.
How My Law Matters assist
We can take the strain and burden out of estate administration and leave you free of any personal liability. We aim to make the estate administration process as stress-free and straightforward as possible by:
Have peace of mind with My Law Matters
By appointing a reliable probate solicitor from My Law Matters, you will receive the assurance that we will handle the administration of the estate professionally, providing you with practical and legal insight every step of the way. Contact us today if you live in Wolverhampton or Waltham Cross and need expert assistance for probate and estate administration issues.