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It's worth knowing that if an individual acting as Executor messes up the administration, they could be held personally liable and sued by the beneficiaries. Surprisingly few people realise this when they accept the responsibility for the estate, and even fewer realise that the liability can be unlimited and personal to the executor rather than the estate.


Are you struggling to understand the probate process or what probate means?

You're not alone. Lots of people think probate is what happens when there is no will.

That's not true


Losing somebody you love can be hard enough to cope with emotionally without also having to deal with the practical aspects as well. It's a horrible time and it can be hard to think clearly.


As will and probate specialists, we give executors help and advice about how to complete probate, inheritance tax and Property Transfer forms, to a full probate administration service where we can take care of everything for you. Quotes for this are based on an all inclusive fixed fee and specific to your situation so that everybody knows where they stand and there are no surprises.

Usually there is a lot more for an executor to do than they initially realise and the work involved is extremely time consuming so it's a good idea to find out what exactly is

involved before you commit to the role.

See Duties of an Executor


Whether you are an Executor of a Will, a close family relative or friend, we provide you with

clear, free legal advice on what to do following the death of a loved one.

We'll help you to:

  • Identify what needs to be done and give you advice about paying for the funeral

  • Apply for Probate if there is a valid Will

  • Apply for Letters of Administration if there is no Will

  • Plan for your own future after a loved one has passed away

We offer free initial probate advice and support for you when someone dies. When you're grieving, it's natural to feel overwhelmed with all there is to do. Our amazing team is made up of knowledgeable people with big hearts who will help you understand the process so you are clear about your options and obligations. We understand you might be finding your loss hard to manage and after listening to your particular circumstances, we'll provide you with all the helpful information we can including:

  • The immediate next steps that you need to take

  • An explanation of what Probate is to help you decide whether it is needed to administer the estate

  • Who can administer the estate, with advice on the legal, tax and administrative responsibilities associated with the role

  • The options and choices that are available to you when deciding what to do next.

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