We are on hand to help navigate you through the administration of estates and deal with assets as quickly and painlessly as possible - whether we are acting as professional representatives or assisting executors of an estate.
The team takes pride in enabling our clients to better understand Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and probate so they can proceed with confidence.
We can assist with a wide range of probate services, including:
Wills and probate are a complex area of the law which can have a profound effect on relatives of the deceased. Our experts have years of experience in assisting families through what can be a very difficult time - particularly if a Will isn’t clear or if a member of the family hasn’t been accounted for.
In these circumstances, we can help you create a Deed of Variation, which can be prepared before or after the Grant of Probate has been obtained but must be within two years of the date of death of the deceased.
A Will is usually clear as to the deceased’s intentions about how their Estate, including property, money and any other items, should be distributed, however there may be circumstances where the beneficiaries of the Will may wish to change this.
However, if a Deed of Variation impacts someone under the age of 18, then it is not possible to fulfil the change as minors cannot legally agree to a Deed of Variation.
If you’re buying a house with someone, having a Deed of Trust is an essential legal document that helps you and the other party, or parties, know exactly where you stand if the property is sold or one party is bought out. This will ensure that everyone gets their fair share in case of any unexpected or unfortunate events.