Administering a Will?
A good Probate Lawyer makes it easier...
e help families access and distribute the assets of a loved one in accordance with Probate Law. We are highly experienced and used to dealing with complications. We understand that we are usually dealing with a bereaved family so we try to take as much of the administrative burden away as possible.
Why not just do it yourself?
You can — and some people do. But the majority recognise the sheer administrative burden involved at what is a very difficult time. Probate can be administratively-laden and usually involves writing to banks, pension funds and mortgage companies and dealing with the legalities of administering a Will correctly. Small wonder most people leave to us – after all, we do it every day.
Make sure your assets are left
to the right people in your Will
e know that most people put off making a Will – for all sorts of reasons. So rather than tell you that you should have a will – as most people know that – we’ll just promise to make writing your Will a painless, straightforward experience for you. Taking advice about a Will is critical so that all eventualities are explored, including remarriages and ill health.
We also draft Lasting Powers of Attorney, which are documents that ideally sit alongside your Will and stipulate who would be charged with decisions about your health and wealth, should you become incapacitated. Again, we know that people put off doing this, but we also see how relieved others are that they have them.