When applying for probate, questions fall under one of the two following categories:
- How to Apply for Probate
- What is probate?
- Is a grant of probate necessary?
- First things first – before the probate application
- Who registers the death of the deceased and makes the funeral arrangements?
- What information is needed for the executor to administer the estate?
- Applying for probate
- Administering the estate and paying the beneficiaries
- Will Challenges: can the executor be personally sued?
- Do I need a solicitor – what could go wrong?
- Surviving Spouse: What to Do Next?
How to Apply for Probate
By using CWPL to apply for probate, you will have the convenience of being able to use CWPL’s ‘Probate Office’ service which is designed to obtain probate for you at minimum cost and inconvenience.
You will also know that, if there are complications, you have specialist lawyers at your side.
If you would like further information on our ‘Probate Office’ service, or if you have any other questions regarding an application for probate, please contact The Probate Office at Contested Wills and Probate Lawyers. Contact our Principal, Terry Johansson.
By using CWPL’s unique ‘Probate Office” service, there is usually no need for you to attend our office for an interview. CWPL will ensure that all your documents are in order before they are lodged. We will also arrange for you to swear the documents in a place that is convenient for you.
Surviving Spouse: What to Do Next?
You only have one chance to ensure that the affairs of your deceased Spouse are properly wound up, and that you get your correct entitlement. By selecting CWPL You know that You will get the best lawyers for You.
CWPL can easily answer these common questions for You:
- How do I locate the Will and appoint the executor?
- How can CWPL’s Probate Office Service make it simple for me to apply for Probate?
- How do I check that the Will is valid?
- What is the effect of the Will on Me?
- Am I entitled to contest the Will and claim for more?
- What is the value of the asset pool in the estate?
- If the Will is invalid, or there is no Will, can the children of my spouse/partner make a claim?
- How do I sell assets, pay the debts, and distribute the estate assets?
- How do I advise banks and others, and access funds to keep going?
- How do I protect my rights in the family home, and change the titles?
- How can I claim pension or retirement monies?
- Can I now change a mirror will that I and my spouse/partner had made?
Contact Terry Johansson
CWPL: NOT a traditional law firm