A Will is one of life’s most important documents. Many assume that after death, any assets will pass to your spouse or partner as a matter of course. However, this isn't always the case.
If you fail to draft a will, your assets will pass under inflexible intestacy rules and could end up somewhere other than intended.
So, to ensure your assets are shared out as you intend, a Will is essential.
For more information about Wills, click here.
For information about how to avoid contentious probate cases, click here.
We are experts in helping executors deal with administering estates; we can help you plan for everything involved in the distribution of assets.
Wherever possible, we will provide you with a fixed quotation for our services, so you have peace of mind that you won’t be hit with an unexpected bill, including a calculation of the probate court fees.
For a 'no obligation' meeting on how we can help you, please contact a member of our team today.
I was really pleased with the personal focus we got when dealing with the probate of our mothers estate. Sympathetic, great clarity on what was needed and going to happen and very quick service. Thank you Churchers and especially Ms Bull.
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