You want this process to be made as stress-free and efficient as possible, which is why our specialist probate solicitors can expertly guide you through the process. All of our probate lawyers are STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) Qualified meaning you can rest assured that your situation is in the best hands.
Call one of our Probate Solicitors in Manchester today on 0343 507 5151 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in our online form and we will get back to you to discuss the needs of you and your loved one.
The approach of our team is to provide an extremely effective, understanding and expert service to you at a very difficult time. By choosing Gorvins, we make the process simple for you by providing probate advice in plain English that covers all the bases, so you don’t have to worry about anything going wrong. We have a highly experienced team of probate lawywers who know the common pitfalls and how to avoid them, helping to save time and money, whilst providing first class legal guidance. We can also offer advice when making a will.
Probate is the name given to the official process of proving the Will of someone who has passed away. By obtaining probate, it allows the executors to deal with and distribute the estate to the correct beneficiaries. A probate solicitor will help you when it comes to obtaining probate and all the legal necessities that come with it, including executors’ responsibilities. When dealing with this complicated matter at such as stressful time, it is easy to make mistake; that’s why it is vital to get the help of a trusted professional. Our Wills, Trusts and Probate team can also offer expert advice on inheritance tax planning and other services.
Our dedicated team will help and support you every step of the way from the first instance of being granted probate to giving you probate advice on the responsibilities of the executor and any subsequent problems that may arise thereafter. If someone dies without a will then they are known to have died intestate. When this happens the process is similar to probate but is known as obtaining a Grant of Letters of Administration. With this, there are strict rules to follow as to how the estate should be distributed. It is essential that you stick to these and get the process right; that’s where Gorvins team of probate solicitors in Manchester can provide all the support and probate advice you require.
Whether you are an executor of a Will, or trying to administer the estate of someone who dies without a Will, our specialist and empathetic team at Gorvins will make sure the whole process is handled as quickly and efficiently as possible and will aim to lessen any additional stress.
To contact our Wills, Trusts and Probate solicitors team today, call 0343 507 5151 or e-mail email@example.com.
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