It is essential to have a valid well-drafted Will. Without one your estate may be divided amongst those who you do not wish to benefit or in accordance with the Laws of Intestacy.
Anyone over the age of 18, and anyone under 18 who is married or contemplating marriage, can make a will, provided they have testamentary capacity. Persons under the age of18 who are unmarried can make a will with the approval of the Court.
To ensure that your wishes about your assets are properly set out, our lawyers can attend to the preparation and execution of your Will.
Clients should obtain clear professional advice on the matters to be addressed in their Wills, including the issues such as the appointment of executors, the distribution of specific assets to beneficiaries, etc.
We are able to assist and advise in the administration of Estates, obtaining Probate, and the calling in and distribution of Assets.
We understand that estate administration process could be especially difficult in the circumstances of the death of a loved one or friend. Our Solicitors are able to provide the necessary advice and services to remove the stress of estate administration and to provide assistance in the winding up of estates.