Deceased Estates & Inheritance Claims
HOW AN ESTATE LAWYER CAN HELP YOU
Websters Lawyers have experienced estates and probate lawyers who can assist you with:
- Your duties as executor of a will to obtain a Grant of Probate where necessary and in the administration and distribution of the estate;
- Obtaining Letters of Administration if a family member or a de facto spouse has died without leaving a will;
- An Inheritance Claim if you feel that you have not been adequately provided for in another person’s will.
If you have been appointed an executor under a will you have legal responsibilities to the Estate and beneficiaries. There can be a lot to do at a time when you least feel able to cope and that’s when you need the assistance of an experienced estate lawyer to guide you through the process, or handle everything for you.
If you need assistance with the whole process of obtaining a Grant of Probate, administering and distributing the estate, probate application, or if you want advice as to whether you might be entitled to claim a further provision out of a will, contact an Adelaide Estate Lawyer at Websters Lawyers to arrange a free, no obligation consultation. At that initial meeting we will be able to explain to you the process involved and how we can assist. When you choose an Estate Lawyer you need to be absolutely sure that not only do they have the knowledge and skills you require, but also that they will provide the level of service you expect. That’s why Websters Lawyers offer you the chance to meet with one of our experienced estate and inheritance claim lawyers at no charge. For more information go to ‘Why Choose Websters Lawyers’.
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