Wills & Probate
C.W. Ashe & Co. has significant experience of advising individuals and their families in relation to wills, probate, succession planning and Enduring Powers of Attorney.
We are committed to administering estates in a timely and efficient manner. Our Firm will guide you through and explain each step of the process in a language that is easy to understand. By making a will you can plan for the future and safeguard your wishes by choosing how your assets, property
We can advise you in relation to the following:
- Estate planning
- Grants of Probate
- Grants of Administration Intestate
- Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Providing for vulnerable
beneficiaries / familymembers
- Rights and concerns of beneficiaries
- Rights and responsibilities of Executors
- Family Arrangements
- Property transfers and sales
- Inheritance Tax liabilities
- Disputes in relation to wills or estates
When a person dies without making a will the rules of intestacy apply governing who is entitled to receive a person’s property should they
For example, if you die
When a person dies, it can be necessary to extract a Grant of Probate to their estate in order to deal with the assets.
Enduring Power of Attorney:
An Enduring Power of Attorney is a document a person creates while they are still in good health and able to understand fully what they are doing. This document is intended to grant a Power of Attorney to another person once the grantor is no longer in a position to look after his or her own affairs.
If you would like an appointment to discuss any legal matter please contact us and one of our solicitors will be happy to meet with you.