We understand that this process can be upsetting, so you will get your own account manager who will support you every step of the way. They will:
Writing a will is easy to put off, but if you want the reassurance that the right people will get your assets when you die, then you should write one as soon as possible. This is especially important if you have a spouse, partner or children from a previous relationship, who may lose out if you don’t have a will in place.
We can also assist with changing your existing will.
If you don’t want to keep your will at home, then we provide a storage facility, which currently houses over 3,500 wills of clients from across South Harrow, North West London and Middlesex. Just remember to tell an executor, close friend or relative where you will is.
Dealing with the assets and liabilities of a person who has passed away can be difficult, especially when you are grieving. As experienced probate solicitors, we are here to hold your hand and help you as little or as much as you need.
As well as advising you on how to get money released from the assets to pay for the funeral, we can:
Throughout the process, we will make sure that you know exactly what is going on, and as we are independent, you can be confident that any advice we give will be impartial and in your best interests. In fact, we can also stand as an executor, which could be a good option if you are experiencing family conflict.
If you don’t have any family to take care of things when you die, we are more than happy to take on that role for you. As well as being the executor of your will, we will take care of funeral arrangements. We are happy to visit you at home to discuss you needs.