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What is Probate?
When a person dies, the named Executors in their Will are responsible for administering and dealing with their estate. Probate is the process to establish what the deceased person owned at their death - their property, assets and posessions.

Even when someone dies “Intestate”, i.e. without a Will, Probate is still legally required, although the process is known as Administration.

How can Eversley help?
Eversley Legal Services can offer you free initial advice to ensure you know what needs to happen after a loved one has died. Their specialist team will take you through every stage of the process, providing the support and guidance you need at this difficult time.

Probate can be a complex and onerous process, requiring a great deal of time and responsibility by Executors. In addition to handling the assets and liabilities of the deceased’s estate and preparing the legal and tax documents, the Executor is legally and financially liable for any mistakes, such as errors in tax returns, or incorrect distribution of assets.

To relieve this burden, Executors can appoint Eversley Legal Services for Probate to act as Executor for them - giving them the freedom to handle other matters. To make it even easier, Eversley Legal Services can be appointed as the Executor in a Will, at no charge, from the outset.

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate will writing and taxation and trust advice


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