Wills,Probate, Estates & Trusts

 

We understand the importance of drawing up a will that reflects the wishes of the client.If  a person dies without making a will then their estate is divided up according to the provisions of the Succession Act 1965 as amended. This may not be in accordance with the wishes of the deceased person. We would encourage you to make your will to avoid this. Whether a person makes a Will or not, usually on death it is necessary to take out a Grant of Probate or a Grant of administration to distribute the deceased person’s property.

 

 

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