If you die and have property, shares or monies in the bank above a certain value your Executor may need to make application to the Supreme Court for a grant of probate. Once probate has been granted the proceeds from your estate can be distributed as you planned. Where there was no Will and an Executor has not been named, the next of kin can make application to the Courts as an administrator. The role of Executor is a responsible and sometimes onerous position and involves a number of tasks and potential risks.

When a loved one dies efficient administration of their estate is essential. You’ll need a dedicated team of experts to assist your family through this difficult period by assisting with estate administration on your behalf.

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