Wills & Probate / Contested Probate

Wills, Probate and the Administration of your Estate

The importance of making a Will

Whatever your age and whether you are married or unmarried you should ensure that your loved ones are looked after following your death by making a Will.

We can provide advice on:

  • The right people to be Executors and Trustees of your estate
  • The appointment of a Guardian for any of your children under the age of 18
  • Issues arising from second marriages and children from previous relationships
  • The effect of dying intestate (without a Will)
  • Making sure that you provide for your common-law partner
  • Whether inheritance tax is likely to be an issue on your death and making the most of your annual tax-free allowances.

The Administration of Estates

At this difficult time we are able to provide sympathetic and professional advice on the steps that need to be taken to obtain a Grant from the Probate Registry and on the completion of Inheritance Tax forms for submission to the Capital Taxes Office.

We will provide clear information on the costs involved in dealing with the estate and the steps that will need to be taken, including anything that needs to be done by you.

What our Clients say...

“We’ve been clients for over 30 years, originally with the Welch’s, and now under the new management structure. Excellent service provided once again, staff friendly but efficient and professional. Quick to action our requests”