Dealing with a Deceased Estate is the last thing on your mind when a family member or loved one passes away.
When a family member or loved one passes away this can be an emotionally difficult time for you. Unfortunately this is a part of life that we cannot control. At some point, you will need to work out what to do with the Deceased Estate.
The affairs of your loved one will need to be put into order and finalised. Someone will need to look after the assets and pay the debts. If you have been appointed as Executor of your loved one’s Estate then this will be your task. This will mean you need to navigate through the task of making an application to seek probate.
Once probate is granted the Executor still needs to carry out the wishes of the deceased. This is what is called Estate Administration. The thought of facing these tasks alone can be daunting and overwhelming at this difficult time. We are able to provide you with compassionate assistance every step of the way.
Dying without a Will means that finalising the affairs of your loved ones becomes much more complex. We aim to ensure that your needs are met and take the time to really understand your particular circumstances.
You may find yourself in a situation where you feel you have not been provided for in the Will of your loved one. Or it may be that something just doesn’t feel quite right about the way the Will of your loved one was made. It is important that you carefully consider your options when it comes to contesting a Will or challenging a Will. Whatever the circumstances, our lawyers at Vaarzon-Morel Solicitors approach your situation with sensitivity and professionalism.
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