What is estate administration? You’ve probably heard of probate. That’s one part of estate administration. Estate administration is the process of sorting out a deceased person’s legal and tax affairs. Everything from bank accounts, belongings and property to debts, pensions and Inheritance Tax. It can be extremely complex and is required after every death.
We are proud to be working in partnership with the UK’s leading probate and estate administration specialists. They have helped thousands of families receive their inheritance from estates big and small having distributed over £1 billion in inheritance. There is a family just like yours behind every single estate so we handle every estate with the utmost care.
When it comes to probate and estate administration, we can handle everything you can think of (and all the things you might not have considered). From self assessment tax returns and shares to pet re-homing, we have got everything in place to take care of your specific needs. So don’t worry, you are in safe hands. Below is just a few of the responsibilities undertaken by us:
By using Chris Lamb Will Writing Ltd we can offer a home visit enabling you to speak with someone face-to-face, whilst at the same time maintaining a fixed price.
Contact Chris Lamb Will Writing Ltd for a no obligation assessment and quote as an alternative to the high street solicitor fees. We will be happy to discuss all options with you and allow you to make an informed decision.
By making a Will you decide exactly how your estate is distributed and plan for the needs of your individual circumstances. No matter how complicated or simple your Will may be, we will work closely with you, listening carefully to your needs and wishes, providing clear advice based on all of the information you give.
If you lose capacity either through an accident or illness such as a stroke or dementia, someone needs to act on your behalf to carry out your affairs. A Lasting Power of Attorney specifically deals with the appointment of one or more people to manage your affairs if you are unable to do so.
The Home Protection Plan is a strategy designed for homeowners, whether single or couples to put the home beyond the reach of any potential third party claims that may arise. The strategy involves the transfer of the home to a trust. Under the trust the owner becomes an interest in possession beneficiary giving a guaranteed right of residency.