Sarah Dixon Solicitors understands the need of clients for fixed fee probate in Rochdale as low as £500 Plus Vat and Court Fees. When you are appointed to oversee the last requests of a close loved one, uncertainty often combines with grief. It’s not a task most of us have much experience with, so we have to learn by doing and hope we’re getting it right. If the deceased left a clear will, that at least will provide guidelines for what you are supposed to make happen. If there is no will yet there is property, bank accounts and investments or even children, you still have to administer the estate but without clear direction from the deceased. You will have the responsibility and everyone else in the family will have an opinion about how you should handle it all. It’s possible that none of them will be completely satisfied with your decisions.
You need an advocate to guide you through the process and make sure all legalities are followed and all the loose ends tied up. We at Sarah Dixon Solicitors offer our clients in Rochdale £500 plus vat and court fees fixed fee probate. If there is a will, we will walk you through the process. You may need a Grant of Probate if the deceased left a will or a Grant of Letters if there is no will. Our experienced and compassionate probate lawyers will take the necessary steps to secure those court permissions for you. This may be your first time undertaking a responsibility such as this but our solicitors have been through almost every scenario many times. We know the whereabouts of the short-cuts and minefields.
You can muddle your way through and get the job done eventually but for the fixed fee probate in Rochdale, £500 plus vat and court fees, we can help you get it right the first time and wrap up the process efficiently and accurately. Call us at Sarah Dixon Solicitors for a consultation if you are the assigned or assumed estate manager for a deceased loved one. If other family members question your right or ability to assume the task, we will advocate for you before the probate court. That is true even if you are not a blood relative or legally recognised spouse. We cannot express strongly enough the necessity of a Will clearly laying out your final requests and the dispersion of your estate.