When a person dies legal authority is granted to Personal Representatives to deal with their assets and to make sure they are distributed in accordance with the Will, if one has been left. Probate is the term used for this process and it grants authority to the Executor. If there is no Will a grant of Letters of Administration needs to be applied for by one or more of the next of kin. It is the duty of the Administrator(s) to distribute the deceased’s estate according to the legal rules of Intestacy.
...thank you so much for all your patience, professionalism and tenacity over the past months in your dealings with mum's estate. We really appreciate everything you have done to expediate mum's wishes...."
We understand that bereavement is an upsetting time for those left behind. If tensions run high we can assist in disputes and contentious probate and relieve you from additional stress.
If you foresee or are currently experiencing an inheritance dispute, trust dispute, or disputed Will or are looking to make a claim we can assist you with any concerns you may have and help you to quickly resolve them practically, legally and sensitively.
For further information or advice about contentious Probate and inheritance disputes please contact Bartletts Solicitors today on Freephone 0800 988 3674, email email@example.com or click the blue button below to make an online enquiry.
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