Wills & Probate
Although not at the forefront of everyone’s mind, making a will is crucial if you want to decide who gets your assets after your death. Regan’s Wills and Probate department offers easy to understand advice and guidance in helping you to take care of your estate.
Even if you already have a will, Regan’s can help you make any adjustments or changes if necessary. As a rule we always advise re-visiting your will every three years to make sure you are happy with everything.
Our Solicitors offer advice in the following areas:
Without one you cannot control what happens to your assets after your death. We can help you structure a will that clearly sets out your wishes.
We can also advise you on:
Estate Planning Appointing Executors, Trustees and Guardians. This is an area that is very often fraught with difficulty and we can provide you with solutions.
Probate is the process when someone dies, of making an application to the High Court to give executors/administrators permission to deal with the deceased’s property and affairs. The Executor(s) appointed in the deceased’s will, will be responsible for seeing to this matter, unless the deceased did not have a will, in which case the law sets out who can apply for probate. Our probate department will give you professional help and guidance in obtaining the approval to administer the estate. Advice on whether post death valuations can be used to save inheritance tax and taxation schemes.
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