Executor or administrator,
the support you need from
beginning to end of probate
Whether you are named as executor to a will or have to apply for letters of
administration if there was no will, we’ll support you every step of the way
Our Simple Process to Success
Whether you are writing your will for the first time, planning how you want your estate to be treated after you’re gone, or putting support in place should you need it, our process is simple and effective.
Get to Know You:
We run through a detailed fact find so that we can really understand what you want to achieve.
Apply Our Expertise:
We Support You:
We know some of the decisions you will make are difficult, so we’ll listen, advise and support you through the whole process.
Only certain people can apply for probate top deal with the estate of someone who has died. It depends on whether that person has left a will or not. If there is a will then that person or people will be named as executors in the will. If there is no will then only a spouse, child or civil partner can apply to the Probate Office to act an “Administrator” to the estate left behind. You will receive letters of administration to prove that you are legally entitled to deal with the estate.
In the case of a will where an individual is named in the will or named as an executor you can apply to the Probate Office for Probate.
Ensuring that an estate is correctly dealt with in accordance with the instructions in a will can be challenging, complex and time consuming. It can also mean dealing with the final affairs of a loved one, so emotional and upsetting. We understand the emotional aspects of the Probate process well and will give you the time and space to process your emotions.
Alongside the beginning of the grieving process we can apply our experience to help you understand the final wishes of your loved one, deal with any taxation issues, and ensure that the instructions of the will are carried out efficiently, transparently and in line with the law.