Being an Executor is quite a responsibility, it means that you will be the person administering the estate after someone has passed over / died. In situations like these when a loved one dies, you want a Lawyer to help take the stress off your shoulders and ease the burden. We understand this and will do our best to ensure you are not preoccupied with too much legal issues, especially when you are grieving.
Executor in Scotland
The person, who has died, would have asked you to be their Executor, so this helps prepare you for the delicate, family conversations that normally occur when someone’s estate needs sorted out. We try to get things sorted for you as quickly as possible, taking time to ensure you are clear on the legal implications and what is required of you. The wishes of the departed is something that is not taken lightly. You may need to plan a funeral, if the person hasn’t got this in hand, sell a home(s), write to companies, sort our insurance policies and general things like driving licenses, and call round to cancel forthcoming appointments G.P, Dentist etc.
Siblings can be struggling dealing with grief along with the fact that they were not asked to be the Executor, we try to help with this sensitive situation. When you approach us to deal with this for you, we will act in your best interests at all times. We take time to explain the legal implications of things for you, giving you the best legal advice from our office in Edinburgh.
Executor Lawyers in Edinburgh
To arrange a consultation with one of our Executry Lawyers simply call us today on 0131 510 5764 we are here to help and guide you through what will almost certainly be a really tough time. Our firm also deals with Estate Planning, Will Writing and Trusts.