Losing a loved one is already a painful and distressing experience before taking into account the Estate they have left behind. Sometimes, administering an Estate can be straightforward, and assets divided out according to the Will. However, with a wealth of experience in the sector, our Probate lawyers know that this is not always the case. It might be that the person left no Will, or the Will was out of date or didn’t fully deal with Inheritance Tax. When complications arise, our lawyers can help you tackle them.
When a person writes a Will, they will also appoint an Executor of the Will. It is the Executor’s responsibility to administer the Estate once the person has passed away, ensuring that their wishes are carried out accordingly. While it is possible for an Executor to do this alone, it can often be complicated to handle and difficult to deal with Inheritance Tax and many find that seeking legal assistance benefits them greatly, removing the stress from an already emotional and complex situation.
When you come to Bradleys for legal advice, one of our professional Probate lawyers will aid you to handle the Inheritance Tax and assets of the Estate, and guide you through the process. From our experience with clients, we know how delicate these matters can be and will always attempt to make the process as smooth and straightforward as possible.
When it comes to Probate, we specialise in the following areas:
- Estate Administration
- Inheritance Tax
For help with any aspect of Estate administration, please call us on 01276 691555 to speak to one of our specialist lawyers.