Wills & Probate

We Deal with Wills & Probate

About Briton Solicitors

Briton Solicitors specialize in Immigration law, family law, commercial law, civil litigation, commercial property, landlord & tenant, road traffic offences and Personal Injury. Our highly experienced team with a proven record always helps clients all across the UK.  Our practice combine a rich depth of experience with accessible, responsive and affordable legal services. 

About Wills & Probate

Your will lets you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death. If you make a will you can also make sure you don’t pay more Inheritance Tax than you need to. You can write your will yourself, but you should get advice if your will isn’t straightforward. You need to get your will formally witnessed and signed to make it legally valid. If you want to update your will, you need to make an official alteration (called a ‘codicil’) or make a new will.

Areas of Expertise

Make a Will

A will states what should happen to a person’s property and belongings (‘estate’) after they die. It’s usually valid if it’s been signed by the person who made it and 2 witnesses. An executor is someone named in the will.

Contesting a Will

You can apply to be an ‘administrator’ of the estate if the person did not leave a will. The process is the same as applying for probate. You’ll receive ‘letters of administration’ to prove the legal right to deal with the estate.

Statutory Will

A will states what should happen to a person’s property and belongings (‘estate’) after they die. It’s usually valid if it’s been signed by the person who made it and 2 witnesses. An executor is someone named in the will.

Professional Negligence

You can apply to be an ‘administrator’ of the estate if the person did not leave a will. The process is the same as applying for probate. You’ll receive ‘letters of administration’ to prove the legal right to deal with the estate.

Trust Disputes

A will states what should happen to a person’s property and belongings (‘estate’) after they die. It’s usually valid if it’s been signed by the person who made it and 2 witnesses. An executor is someone named in the will.

Inheritance Act Claims

You can apply to be an ‘administrator’ of the estate if the person did not leave a will. The process is the same as applying for probate. You’ll receive ‘letters of administration’ to prove the legal right to deal with the estate.

Defending a Contested Will

A will states what should happen to a person’s property and belongings (‘estate’) after they die. It’s usually valid if it’s been signed by the person who made it and 2 witnesses. An executor is someone named in the will.

Challenging a Lifetime Gift

You can apply to be an ‘administrator’ of the estate if the person did not leave a will. The process is the same as applying for probate. You’ll receive ‘letters of administration’ to prove the legal right to deal with the estate.

Contentious Probate

A will states what should happen to a person’s property and belongings (‘estate’) after they die. It’s usually valid if it’s been signed by the person who made it and 2 witnesses. An executor is someone named in the will.

Pre-Death Agreements

You can apply to be an ‘administrator’ of the estate if the person did not leave a will. The process is the same as applying for probate. You’ll receive ‘letters of administration’ to prove the legal right to deal with the estate.

WHY US?

Our friendly team will always be happy to assist you and answer any of your queries every step of the way. We provide tailored and unique advice to each of our clients. We make sure you are well informed of every aspect of your case and time frames where possible.

*This is subject to entering into a CFA agreement in accordance with our policy and complying with your responsibilities under the agreement.

TRADE MARK

Briton Solicitors is registered trade mark of BS Solicitors Ltd and we currently hold an exclusive right to trademark number UK00003299310.

AUTHORISATION

Briton Solicitors is trading name of BS Solicitors Ltd company number 09357933 (Registered in England & Wales. Briton Solicitors is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under SRA number 621594

CONTACT US

Address: 170 Cranbrook Rd,
Ilford, London, IG1 4LX
Phone: +44 0203 475 4545
Fax: +44 0203 475 4040
Email: info@britonsolicitors.co.uk

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