Estate Administration & Probate
Sorting out an estate takes time and can be extremely complex. We can take the pressure off by ensuring it is administered efficiently and with compassion.
Dealing with the personal affairs of someone who has died is often a mixture of difficult emotions and frustration. Sorting out an estate takes time and can be extremely complex.
Probate is the process of sorting out a person’s estate after they have passed away. This can include repaying debts and distributing assets in accordance with their Will, if there is one, or through rules of intestacy if no Will was made.
If you have been appointed as the executor of a person’s estate, there are specific rules that dictate how the estate will be distributed and how to notify the authorities.
As an executor or administrator, you are personally responsible for your actions and often control assets of significant value. It is therefore important that you understand your role and the probate and estate administration process. Otherwise, you could become personally liable if the estate is not administered correctly. At a minimum, it is a good idea to obtain some independent legal advice at the outset, so that you are aware of what is involved.
Our team of experts can take the pressure off you by ensuring the estate is administered efficiently and with compassion, understanding and professionalism.
At CKE Law, our experts can help you with this process, Our areas of expertise include:
- Grants of Probate (If A Will)
- Letters of Administration (If No Will)
- Preparation of Estate Accounts
- Advice on Inheritance Tax
- Post Death Arrangements
- Arranging The Funeral
- Registering Trusts with HMRC
- Reporting Capital Gains Tax (CGT)
- Tax Returns With HM Revenue & Customs
For more information about our estate administration services, please get in touch with our probate & estate administration team of lawyers today by calling 0161 503 1717. Alternatively, you can complete the online enquiry form below and a member of our team will call you back to discuss your situation.
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