Estate Planning and Administration
When a person dies, someone has to deal with their estate. This is often referred to as ‘administering the estate’, and typically involves many different considerations. Dealing with Inheritance tax or applying for a grant of representation can be a daunting task, and the right advice at the right time can lead to considerable savings both in terms of costs and time.
If there is no will then the process can become more complicated, and even where there is a will, matters are not always straightforward. With our help we can help and guide you with all aspects of probate and estate administration, and explain what steps need to be taken.
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