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What Is Probate?

Sapphire Hudson Describes How Our Lawyers Can Ease Your Troubles

Dealing with the passing of a loved one is never easy, and the legal process that follows can be daunting. Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of your loved one, which includes collecting and distributing assets, paying debts/taxes and administering the estate.

If your loved one left a Will, an Executor will have been appointed to deal with the administration of the estate. If there is no Will, the Intestacy rules shall apply, which dictates who will be responsible for the estate administration (the Administrator).

The process can be time-consuming and complex, especially if the estate is large or there are family disputes. We can help you navigate the process ensuring all legal requirements met and provide you with peace of mind during an emotional time.

We offer two different services, to help cater towards your requirements:

Grant Only Service - we apply for and obtain the Grant of Representation on your behalf. Collecting in assets, settling liabilities and distributing the estate shall be dealt with by the Executor/Administrator.

Full Estate Administration Service - We apply for and obtain the Grant of Representation, collect in assets, settle liabilities and distribute the estate accordingly.

We have a specialist contentious probate department who can assist you with any disputes among beneficiaries, contested Wills and other contentious matters.

Contact us today on 01234 348 198 to speak to the team and get your non-obligation quote.

I look forward to hearing from you and should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Premier Solicitors Bedford
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