Probate

If you have drawn up a Will, you will already have named at least one individual as the ‘Executor’ of your Will.  This is the person or persons responsible for administering your estate or effectively ensuring your last wishes as set out in your Will are carried out.  

The Executor will require to perform a number of important legal steps in order to administer your estate. The first part of the process is to apply to the Court for a grant of probate. This is a legal document which may be required to allow the Executor to administer the Estate effectively. 

In some cases, administering an Estate can be a complicated and difficult process, especially if there are a number of valuable assets or complex matters involved in any aspect of the Will.   

If there is no Will in place, the process is all the more difficult and will require some complex legal steps to allow an Administrator to be appointed.  

Any Executor or administrator can appoint an expert Probate Solicitor for advice and representation in such matters and we recommend seeking legal advice at the earliest opportunity to ensure the estate is administered properly and within the law. 

At ScoMo, our expert team of Probate Lawyers are highly experienced in providing Probate advice and representation whatever the size or complexity of the Estate. 

Costs of appointing a Probate Solicitor to deal with these complex legal issues are met from the Estate.  Our ScoMo commitment to expert, innovative, ethical and value-driven service means that you have the peace of mind of knowing your legal fees will be fair and cost-effective.

Call our Probate Lawyers Nottingham Today 

Our expert Probate Solicitors cover Nottingham and all surrounding areas. For a free, no-obligation, initial consultation, Call now on 01158 289 752 or complete our online form and we will call you back shortly.

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