Frequently Asked Questions

What does Wills, Probate and Inheritance cover?

A Will sets out who you want to manage your estate (money, property, belongings etc) and the people you want to inherit after your death. Probate is the term used to describe the entire process of administering a dead person’s estate. This involves organising their assets, money and possessions, paying any taxes or debts as well as distributing any money or belonging as inheritance in accordance with the Will. If someone dies without a Will, that is called Intestate and only close relatives can inherit the estate in this case. Inheritance is what somebody gives you after their death and can include money or objects.

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