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Probate Sales And Transfers

When a loved one passes away, in the midst of dealing with grief and emotional stress, there are a number of legal matters that may need to be attended to.

If you have been appointed as Executor or Administrator of an estate, our expert team can help you through what can be a difficult time.

What Is Required Of The Executor Of A Will?

If you have been appointed as Executor or Administrator of an estate you will be responsible for putting the deceased’s legal, tax and administrative affairs in order. This may include valuing their property and often selling the property so that the proceeds of the sale can be passed on to the beneficiaries of the will.

How Irwin Mitchell Can Ease Your Burden

In what is undoubtedly a distressing and emotionally challenging time, choosing a reputable law firm who can guide you through what can be a complicated and confusing process, will provide a small sense of relief.

Offering friendly and compassionate customer service, Irwin Mitchell will draw upon our breadth of experience to help and support you through difficult choices. Whether you need advice on what steps to take in dealing with the estate of a loved one, or you are looking for someone to execute a will on your behalf, we will work with you to make the process as painless as possible.

Our probate specialists can help you not only with issues relating to property, but also any other legal issues that arise while you are dealing with the estate.

For example, claims can arise on the back of a broken promise in relation to a Will. This is called Proprietary Estoppel. Julia Burns explains more in the video below.

Let Our Expertise Guide You 

We provide clear and straightforward advice and will handle your case efficiently and sensitively. As one of the UK’s most trusted law firms we are experts in probate sales and transfers and can offer a variety of services to help you deal with the estate.

From fixed fee conveyancing and property assent services (where a property or a share in a property is transferred on death to the beneficiaries), to more complex requirements, our highly experienced team can deal with all the legal issues you are facing.

We will provide regular updates in clear, easy-to-understand terms, so you’ll always know what is happening at each stage of the process.

Receive Professional Advice About Probate Sales And Transfers

To talk about selling or transferring ownership of a property after a person has died, contact a member of our team on 0370 1500 100 or complete our online enquiry form.

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