We understand that having to act as executor in the estate of a loved one who has died is a stressful and time consuming business that comes at a difficult time.
We have many years of experience providing expert and sensitive advice to executors in dealing with the whole process of winding up an estate.
Making a will should be a relatively straightforward exercise. It is important to make a will to make sure that your wishes are carried out in the event of your death. The alternative is to leave no will, which means that the law relating to intestacy will determine what
happens to your estate. This can have unexpected consequences and, almost inevitably, will mean that, in one way or another, your wishes may not be carried out. We are happy to meet you to discuss what making a will entails and to provide you with an estimate of
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