Family Bereavement Solicitors in Leeds

Your need following a family bereavement...

You may have lost a family member, close friend or loved one. You will need expert help and guidance whether or not they left a will. It is necessary first of all to identify who the executors are or if there is no will who the administrators are. Assistance will be required in compiling a list of assets e.g. property, bank accounts, shares etc and liabilities so that the net worth of the deceased can be established. There may or may not be inheritance tax to pay. Usually it is necessary to apply for a Grant of Probate or if there is no will a Grant of Letters of Administration. Assets then need to be collected in, estate accounts prepared and monies distributed under the terms of the will or the Intestacy Rules if there is no will.

How we can help with the probate process ...

As with probate, we can assist in every aspect of dealing with someone’s affairs when they have passed away. We offer help and advice in dealing with banks, building societies, utility companies, and we can also assist in the sale of a property. We offer a comprehensive family bereavement service and can assist in dealing with every asset together with every liability of a deceased person.

Trust our experienced probate solicitors...

Our knowledge and expertise in dealing with the aftermath of a death in the family is second to none. Often we can see families the same day or very shortly after a family member has passed away. We provide practical support throughout the probate process.

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If you would like to speak to a member of our Wills & Probate team please contact us on 0113 201 4900 or complete the following form:

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