The deceased's possessions or money cannot be released to the beneficiaries unless everything is dealt with properly, with the necessary Government forms completed correctly. The person appointed to administer the estate and to carry out the deceased's wishes, called an 'Executor', is liable for any errors in completing these forms so it is crucial that expert legal help is sought in this regard.The Executor is responsible for;
We offer a very competitively priced probate service and are happy to discuss your needs on an individual basis with no obligation. Prior to the commencement of any work, we will outline our fees so that you know how much it will cost, with no hidden or extra charges.
For more infomation please contact one of the following:
|Jeremy Lee||Senior Partner||Exeter|
|Don Middlemost||Partner||Budleigh Salterton|
|Naomi Woods||Assistant Solicitor||Crediton|
|Lisa Manning||Probate Executive||Budleigh Salterton|
|Emma Gray||Assistant Solicitor||Exeter|