Wills and Probate
MW Keller & Son LLP provides all of its clients with clear and practical guidance on Wills and Probate. From the preparation and drafting of their Will, Estate planning and wealth management matters in general. We can assist you in every aspect of drafting Wills, including reviewing existing Wills and providing tax-efficient advice in relation to Estate planning. All of our clients are provided with an on-site safekeeping facility for their Wills at no extra cost to them.
Although never an easy thing to think about, the importance of a will cannot be underestimated. From the preparation and drafting of a will, to estate planning and general wealth management matters, we provide clear and practical guidance on all matters of wills and probate. Our clients are provided with an on-site safekeeping facility for their will at no extra cost to them.
After the passing of a loved one, we will assist in the extraction of a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration and advise clients in relation to every aspect of the administration and distribution of the Estate.
Administering an Estate
We will advise personal representatives on their legal duties and responsibilities and beneficiaries in relation to the terms of a Will. A personal representative can be either an “executor” or “administrator”.
Executors are the persons named in the will to deal with the estate. Where there is no will, however, the person is deemed to have died “intestate” and in those circumstances, one or more of the closest living relatives are entitled to deal with the estate and this person or persons are called the administrator(s).
The function of the personal representative involves the protection of assets of the Estate, taking reasonable steps to secure property and valuables, arranging lists of property and valuables and arranging for valuations of property and shares etc., finding out what debts have to be paid and obtaining all other information necessary to obtain the legal documents which will allow the executor or administrator to deal with the Estate.
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Making your Will
There are a number of steps involved in making a will. We have prepared a useful checklist for this, please click here.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or queries that you may have about Wills and Probate, you can contact us by phone at 051 877029, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can fill out of request call back form by clicking here.
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