Will Writing and Probate

Wills – a sensible decision

One of the most important reasons to make a Will is the peace of mind it affords, lessening the burden of your death on loved ones. It costs very little to make a Will but the costs of avoiding this obligation can be very high. If you do not make a Will, the Rules of Intestacy will apply, which are? You need to give consideration to:

  • Executors and Guardians
  • Your beneficiaries
  • Need for trusts
  • Specific gifts
  • Inheritance tax

Probate – holding hands

Whether someone dies with or without making a Will, an appointed administrator or executor has a legal responsibility to administer the estate accurately and within a reasonable period of time. This can involve dealing with bureaucracy on a number of sometimes complex matters including:

  • estate valuation
  • statutory advertisements
  • application for probate
  • estate accounts
  • trusts
  • tax returns
  • distribution
wills and probate Monmouth

We offer a complete Estate Administration service for clients which is carried out sensitively, thoroughly and cost effectively. We can guide and assist clients with probate applications from the initial valuation of the estate right through to the distribution of the estate in accordance with the Will or the Rules of Intestacy.

quotes openwhen you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it’s your world for the momentquotes open
Georgia O’Keeffe (1887 – 1986)