We will get you through the legal process so you can focus on what is important to you.
An executor of a will has a responsibility to administer the deceased’s estate in accordance with the terms of the will, which includes finding out what assets the deceased had and collecting, protecting and distributing those assets for the beneficiaries. They can also be faced with particularly difficult decisions if any complications arise.
This process can be really overwhelming, especially during a time of grief. Our experts at Gill and Lane have gathered experience and knowledge over many decades and can guide you through this time efficiently and with an exceptionally personal service.
Talk to us today for more information on deceased estates or to make an appointment.