We should all consider making a Will to ensure that our estate is handled by the right people and goes to the correct beneficiaries. Many people presume that this will happen automatically when they die, however, intestacy rules, which direct who should administer and inherit an estate if you die without a will, don’t always produce the results you would want.
Having a Will allows you to:
We pride ourselves on the personal service that we provide and, whilst we embrace technology, there is nothing to replace an old-fashioned telephone call to discuss your requirements and how we can help.
If you would like to discuss our probate services, you can contact any of the people below, who will be more than happy to explain the process and give you details of the likely costs for your transaction.
We are also required by our professional rules to provide certain information relating to costs and service and this can be found here: Pricing-and-Service-Information-Probate