Executry Lawyers Glasgow, Scotland
Dealing with the estate of a loved one can be overwhelming, particularly at a time where you are still trying to cope with the loss. Obtaining professional and experienced help can ease the burden.
When you come to us after someone has passed away, you’ll get the care, attention and professionalism.
A death and grief are something that can be hard to deal with and as a compassionate and caring firm with a personal touch we are here to help you in times of need. We understand you don’t want the burden of having to deal with all the necessary legal paperwork when you’ve just lost a loved one. There are certain legal procedures which need to be followed however, and our job is to guide you through these as quickly as we can and with the minimum of fuss. We offer assistance with the following matters:
- Arranging the funeral
- Executor appointment
- Legal rights
- Winding up the estate
- Grant of confirmation
- Inheritance tax
- Valuing the estate
Our private law solicitors specialise in the area of wills and executries and, between them, have many years’ experience of dealing with executries. We have dealt with lots of different cases, including estates where wills have been challenged; estates where the deceased has handwritten a will; estate where there is no Will at all and estates where the children of the deceased person wished to make legal rights claims on the estate. We also have experience of dealing with inheritance tax returns for estates and can calculate the correct amount of inheritance tax due on a large estate. We provide a personal as well as a professional support in these difficult times, we can take the pressure from you and help handle the estate as your representative and we will provide you with a high-quality service for your loved ones estate.
Contact our executry solicitors for Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Scotland
Our specialist private client solicitors can help deal with the administration of the estate, including if there is no Will having an executor appointed, preparing an inventory of the assets and liabilities of the estate and obtaining the Confirmation, the courts consent for the executor to carry out dealings with and distribute the estate to the beneficiaries. Call us today on 0141 429 8166 or complete our online contact form.