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Probate paperwork

When a person dies, probate requires getting valuations to understand the deceased's assets and liabilities, and informing all the relevant institutions. This means that someone has to go into their property, find all their paperwork, and sort it out.

It may be possible for family and friends to do this, but they may not be sure how to handle the process. Sometimes, the deceased has no family, their friends can't cope, or there may be a family dispute. It can be a sad and mucky job, especially if the deceased lived in isolation and squalor.

Solicitors are often appointed as the Professional Executor, and become responsible for the assets and liabilities of the deceased from the moment of death. However, it's time-consuming and expensive for lawyers to sort out the deceased's paperwork.

Our expertise means that we know precisely what needs to be done. We are happy to go in to collect and collate the paperwork – saving you time, worry and expense.

We don't throw any documentation away.

With our legal expertise, regard for confidentiality, and meticulous attention to detail, we check every piece of paper, document it, prepare a schedule of assets and liabilities, and send everything to the solicitor.

To find out more, call 020 8644 5166