One of the most frequent questions we are asked is “what is Probate?”. This can mean many things to different people, but in short Probate is a document that allows those appointed via a Will to administer an estate. Letters of Administration are for estates where the deceased did not leave a Will.
If you are appointed as an Executor and/or Trustee, you must ensure that you have not missed any assets or liabilities and that you understand the legalities and regulations when it comes to administering an estate. As an Executor and a Trustee, you are personally liable if an estate has not been administered correctly, or if a beneficiary has been missed. This is one of the reasons why expert advice is essential and at MSB, we can help guide you through the process and ensure you understand what is required.
In a world where family circumstances can be complicated, our expert solicitors will also provide you with advice on your entitlement in an estate, including acting on your behalf if you have not been adequately provided for in such circumstances.
Whatever your situation, you can be assured that our experts will have the experience needed to relieve any pressure, helping you through the process in a smooth and timely manner.