Dealing with any eventuality
Administering the estate of someone who has died is an important step to undertake. Complications can arise when there is no will or the will is invalid.
BBE Law can guide you through the process, whichever situation you find yourself in.
When a death happens, the estate of that person will either be distributed in accordance with the terms of the will or, when there is no will, by the rules set down by the court.
Our team can advise you on the distribution of the estate and deal with questions you may have about the process.
- Obtaining a grant of probate, if there is no will, a grant of letters of administration
- Dealing with utility providers and settling outstanding bills from the estate
- Selling or transferring shares
- Distributing the estate
- Selling or transferring the property
- Paying legacies