When a person dies, someone will need to deal with the assets and personal items which they have left in their estate. If the deceased left a Will, the person appointed as the Executor will normally need to apply for a Grant of Probate in order to deal with the assets. If there is no Will, then the closest relatives will need to apply for Letters of Administration in order to take on the role of Estate Administrator so that they can administer the estate in accordance with the relevant rules of intestacy.

The responsibilities of an Executor or Administrator in dealing with the administration of an estate can be onerous, particularly if the estate is large or complicated. Bailey & Cogger's probate team have a wealth of experience in dealing with every aspect of this process and can be relied upon to deal with matters practically and efficiently but with sensitivity at what is often a very difficult time.

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For any further information don't hesitate to contact us by filling the form below or giving us a call on 01732 353 305.

You can also email us on info@baileyandcogger.co.uk


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