Dealing with the property and affairs of a deceased person or putting your own affairs in order requires specialist legal advice.
Probate (or Administration) is the process by which the property and affairs of a deceased person are legally sorted out.
Whether you are an Executor, Administrator, Personal Representative, Beneficiary, Heir, Legal Right Holder, Family Member, Civil Partner, Cohabitee or wish to contest a Will we would be delighted to act for you.
Taxation is often a major factor and needs to be dealt with promptly to avoid interest, surcharges and penalties.
The Probate process involves collecting and securing the deceased’s assets, paying liabilities and taxes, and distributing property to heirs. The first liability is payment of funeral expenses. We liaise with the deceased’s bank to arrange prompt payment of same.
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Wills & Estate Planning:
Estate planning is the term that is generally given to planning your personal and/or family affairs so that in the event of your death, your wishes are
- clearly outlined,
- administered the way you intended them to be, and
- at reduced tax cost.
Many difficulties can be avoided with careful and timely estate planning. Mary Molloy Solicitors provides the necessary advice in a confidential and sensitive manner.
The two most commonly used methods of estate planning are WIlls and Enduring Poweres of Attorney.
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