We can make administrative formalities easier following a death
When someone dies, it is usually necessary to deal with the “winding up” of their estate. This means sorting out their property and money in accordance with their Will – or if there is no Will, in accordance with the law that applies in each case.
If someone leaves a Will, you might need to get a Grant of Probate. A Grant of Probate is a document which gives the person responsible for distributing the money and property, the legal authority to do what is required of them.
If there is no Will, we can advise you about who is entitled to what – and what you can and can’t do to sort things out.
Sometimes when someone dies, people fall out. If you find that there are disputes or disagreements, we can act as a neutral party and get things resolved.