Making a Will is something many people put off but is an essential step to ensure that your loved ones are provided for after your death.
Dying without making a Will can mean that people you would not wish to benefit inherit all or part of your estate, and it can lead to family dispute and unnecessary distress.
Making a Will can:-
Please contact us to make an appointment to discuss making a Will.
The death of a relative or friend is a distressing event and being appointed as an executor can seem like a difficult and stressful responsibility at an already emotional time.
The estate is administered by executors who are appointed by the Will or, where there is no Will, by administrators closely related to the deceased.
At Aspinall & Co one of our experienced and sympathetic solicitors will be able to assist you in fulfilling your responsibilities. We can deal with as much or as little of the administration as you require, from either providing initial advice or completion of the inheritance tax documentation and obtaining the grant of representation to collecting in the estate, drafting estate accounts and distributing to the nominated beneficiaries.
Our aim is to make the necessary application to the Probate Registry as soon as possible, so that assets can be quickly realised, any debts or liabilities paid and an early distribution on account of the beneficiaries' entitlement made.
Please contact us for a consultation to discuss your situation and requirements.
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