Cissbury Ring

Professional and accurate management of an estate following death is essential. The duties of an executor during probate can be onerous even if there is a will in place, and may carry liabilities that must be discharged in accordance with the law.

It is often the case that the will made by the deceased names a family member or members as executor, which can be a daunting prospect when they are at the same time grieving. Our probate clients will experience our firm's trusted and respected service during this difficult time - we understand what you may be going through.

We can act on behalf of the executors or administrators of an estate, or can provide the executorship on behalf of the deceased.

Our service encompasses all aspects of probate and the management of the estate, including; HM Revenue & Customs compliance, sale or transfer of assets, settlement of liabilities, deeds of variation and the estate accounts.

How to make a will or get help with any probate matter

Everybody needs to put a proper will in place and think about arrangements after you have gone. Proper advice from an experienced solicitor will ensure that your family and friends do not face upset or uncertainty when you are no longer in a position to make your wishes clear.

You can review our Private Client Services Department People, Services and Fees here.

Asking us for help could not be easier; you can contact us in Brighton and Hove or Shoreham-by-Sea, or use our online priority enquiry form.