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What to do When Someone Dies

Our caring and professional team of wills and probate solicitors in Liverpool can help guide you through what is often an extremely difficult time. When someone close to you dies, it’s often difficult to know what to do first. It can feel like there is an almost endless list of things to organise and take care of. By choosing our team of wills and probate solicitors, the legal matters surrounding someone’s death don’t need to overwhelm you. Our team is here to help so that you can focus on other matters.

Our team of wills and probate solicitors are here to help

Navigating your way through the legal and statutory obligations following someone’s death is often complex, confusing and stressful. Our wills and probate solicitors have all the experience and knowledge to make the experience as straightforward as possible. Having someone who can deal with all the legal and other practical matters can be invaluable and can help you plan for the future.

When someone dies, the following are just some of the things that need to be considered: :

  • Completing an Inheritance Tax return
  • Payment of Inheritance Tax (if necessary)
  • Obtaining a Grant of Probate
  • Collecting in the deceased‘s assets
  • Paying all outstanding debts and funeral expenses
  • Settling any gifts specified in the Will
  • Selling property & shares
  • Dealing with other tax issues (income tax, capital gains tax)
  • Setting up trust funds (if required)
  • Payment of the remaining Estate funds

Get in contact with our wills and probate team

We offer fixed fee packages for many of our services alongside our traditional fee system. We always work alongside our clients to find a solution that works best for you. To find out more about our friendly, professional legal services call us on 0151 668 0295 or use the enquiry form below. Our team is here to help you through this difficult time.

Our charges for obtaining the grant of probate or grant of administration

We offer a number of levels of services to assist clients through the difficult process of obtaining the Grant of Probate OR Grant of Administration.

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Enduring Powers of Attorney

LPAs replaced Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPAs) in 2007, when the Mental Capacity Act came into force.

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Court of Protection Solicitors

Our Private Client team will be able to advise you and deal with all applications to the Court of Protection and registrations with the Office of the Public Guardian.

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Will Writing Solicitors

Although it may seem sombre, making a Will is one of the most important things you can do.

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Trust Solicitors

When planning how you will provide for your loved ones upon your death you may want to consider setting up trusts.

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Solicitors for the Elderly

With so much to consider when looking at your affairs and family's future, we can work with you to ensure your wishes are fulfilled.

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Estate Administration Services

When you’ve lost a loved one, there are many confusing and complex legal matters to deal with, one of which may be any property that has been left behind.

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Gifting Property Advice

Gifting your home to your children can be complicated. It's important to be clear on all angles.

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Inheritance Tax Planning Services

If you are keen to minimise the tax payable on your death, there are steps you can and should take now.

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Powers of Attorney Solicitors

It is really important to appoint somebody who has authority to manage your affairs if you are unable to do so yourself.

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