Grant of Probate and Estate Administration
When a loved one dies, there are practical, financial and legal matters that need to be addressed. If you have been appointed the Executor in your loved one’s Will, a lot of those matters will fall you to deal with. It will be your responsibility as the Executor of your loved one’s Will to obtain a Grant of Probate and then administer the estate.
Leech & Co can help you as the Executor of the Will both to obtain the Grant of Probate and to administer the estate. We will advise and assist you every step of the way to make sure your loved one’s wishes are carried out.
Find out more about the Grant of Probate and administering the estate below or simply call one of our friendly team for free, initial advice on 0161 749 9000 or click here to request a call back.
How can Leech & Co help you with the Grant of Probate and administering the estate?
As an Executor, you can apply for the Grant of Probate and administer the estate yourself without assistance from a Solicitor, but we would not advise that you do this. It can be a complex, lengthy and time-consuming process with multiple stages, forms to complete, inheritance tax issues to consider and different banks, building societies and companies to deal with. An error at any stage or with the forms can delay the process and administering the estate incorrectly could lead to your actions being legally challenged.
Also, as the Executor of a loved one’s Will, you will be coming to terms with your loss and therefore it is likely you will need assistance dealing with the issues and the work involved.
Leech & Co can help you, as the Executor, to navigate this process as quickly and efficiently as possible. We will come to you to discuss the matter with you and we will advise and assist you every step of the way until the administration of the estate is complete. Call us on 0161 749 9000 or click here to request a call back.
We are happy to deal with the whole process for you in accordance with your instructions, but we are also happy to assist you with a part of the process only. We can discuss the costs of assisting you when we have met you, discussed the matter in detail and confirmed your instructions, but please see our costs section here for general details about our costs.