Probate is the term applied to the responsibility for dealing with a person’s estate after their death. It can also be described as “administering the estate”.
Depending on your individual circumstances, you may choose to make Steeles Law executors of your Will. This will ensure the efficient and sensitive administration of your estate by specialist professionals. You will also avoid the problems that arise if your executors predecease you or are unwilling or unable to act.
If you have been appointed Executor in a Will, our team is able to offer help and advice with the practical aspects of administering an estate.
Our practitioners have taken the time to gain additional skills in this area and are members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). We also have a trained CRUSE bereavement counsellor within the team.
Steeles Law supports Dying Matters, a coalition that aims to change public knowledge, attitudes and behaviour towards death, dying and bereavement.