Dealing with the estate of a loved one is a very hard thing to contemplate, but it is a very important process that needs to be undertaken.
Here at Rubin Lewis O’Brien we take the time to help with the process in a caring and empathetic manner.
One of the first steps to take is determining whether there is a Will. If there is, then this will appoint Executors to deal with the administration of the estate and will detail who the beneficiaries are and what they will receive. If there is no Will, then the law says who can deal with the administration, and the law says who will receive a share of the estate.
Sometimes, there is a Will but there are some issues to deal with such as beneficiaries who have died, property that was not owned by the deceased or other issues such as a missing or incomplete Will.
Our specialist lawyers can guide you through the processes involved in administering an estate swiftly, efficiently and in a cost-effective way. We can do as little or as much of the administration for you as you want us to, and we will always seek to keep in regular contact and without using baffling legal jargon.
“Dear Laura, Thank you for all your hard work, care, consideration and advice when dealing with Mum's estate. It has been a pleasure to work with you. With much appreciation and best wishes.”
“Just a quick note to thank both you and Tina for your professionalism in the winding up of the above estate.”
“Once again, many thanks for all of your teams hard work and will be calling on your assistance to sort out some family legal issues regarding xxx and I.”
“I must say that it has been a pleasure working with your law firm and I will try to call in when I am next in the area to thank you personally. Best wishes to you (Tina) and Damian.”
“Also thank you for the very efficient way in which you have dealt with all of this matter, it has certainly made things a lot easier in what I have found a very stressful time.”
“May I take this opportunity to thank you for your care and sensitive attention in dealing with my father-in-law's estate and previously for that of my late mother.”