When the sole owner of a property dies, it is necessary for the property to besold or transferred as part of the ‘probate’ process. As a particularly complexand sensitive issue, it is advisable to seek qualified legal support andrepresentation at the earliest possible stage. The key to a smooth andstraightforward probate process lies in careful consideration of all legal aspectsof the required transfer of ownership.
For more information or to discuss any aspect of probate in more detail, contact a member of the team at Aristone Solicitors today
Probate can be a sensitive and difficult issue to handle at the best of times. Dealing with the death of a loved one is challenging enough, without the added complications of complex and often lengthy estate transfer processes.
At Aristone Solicitors, we can provide the legal support and representation you need to simplify an undoubtedly difficult time in life. Our expert legal team can provide a comprehensive assistance in the following areas among others:
There will always be times when some family members are not satisfied with the final will and testament of the deceased. In which case, they may choose to contest it, further complicating the probate process.
In the event that a family member dies without having repaid their outstanding debts, it’s important to understand your obligations and entitlements. Call anytime if you have any questions or concerns.
The larger and more complex the estate of the deceased, the more difficult the resulting probate process becomes. A common example of which would be an estate that contains a business or commercial property.
If you have been named executor of the estate of an individual who has passed away, we can manage all aspects of the subsequent residential property sale on your behalf. Unlike some, we also understand the importance of empathy and sensitivity when dealing with such issues. From initial property valuations to listings to the eventual transaction, we’ll ensure your case is handled with the priority and professionalism it deserves.
In addition, we can also help you understand your financial position and obligations where third party interests are concerned. Examples of which may include the unregistered property titles, equity release charges and outstanding mortgage payments. Should any such interests apply, we’ll help you decide on the best course of action to take. We’ll also ensure you understand your obligations regarding Inheritance Tax, where applicable.
If you have any questions or concerns whatsoever regarding property probate, we can help. Issues like these are always easy to address when planned for in advance, though it’s not always possible to do so. However complex or urgent your requirements, we’re standing by with the support you need to ensure a prompt and amicable outcome.
Call today to book your obligation-free consultation with Aristone Solicitors. Alternatively, get in touch by e-mail any time and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
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