Author: Probate London

It’s a big thing to be asked to be the executor of someone’s will. It means that they trust you and value your judgement, as well as consider you a close friend and, importantly, someone who can be impartial should it be necessary. We have...

People who find themselves acting as executor for the will of a friend or loved one who’s passed away often naturally turn to a solicitor to assist them.We’d always advise using a professional to assist with probate (although you can go through the process yourself),...

How does inheritance tax work? One of the more complex areas of taxation, it can be difficult to navigate without the help of an expert. There are, however, a few key points that you should be aware of either when preparing a will or when...

If you die without having made a will, then it means that you have died ‘intestate’. Similarly, if your will is determined to be invalid, then you are also considered to be intestate. For a brief reminder of when a will is not valid, take...

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