Estate Law

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Estate Law We Can Help

At Joss Legal, we know from experience the difficulty that is presented when you lose a loved one. If someone close to you has recently passed, no matter your situation we can help. You may have been nominated as an executor of a Will and are not sure what steps you need to help. Our experienced solicitors can give you advice and an action plan to deal with this. You may not have been included in a Will and you may think you are entitled to some assets. Our
team can assist you with determining the rights that you have and assisting you with taking action if required.

 

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Probate

Following the death of an individual, a grant of probate may be required. Probate is a grant provided by the Supreme Court that allows an individual to administer the estate of a deceased person. If you have been named as an executor in a Will, or lost someone close to you, you may need to consider applying for a grant of probate. Our lawyers can assist you with all steps required to obtain a grant of Probate.

Letters of Administration

In a situation when an individual dies intestate (without a Will), or if the executors of the Will are unwilling or unable to act, Letters of Administration may be necessary. Applying for Letters of Administration is a complex process and it is recommended that you obtain legal advice if this is required. Our solicitors are qualified and experienced to assist you with obtaining a grant for Letters of Administration.

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