As many as 60% of people omit to make a Will. Using our specialist knowledge of property, trust, and tax laws, Rotherham’s can assist in the drawing up of a Will in a process that puts an end to any uncertainty you may have, providing assurance that your wishes will be met.
Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult challenges that the majority of us will face in a lifetime. We endeavour to make the process as smooth as possible, and handle each case with sensitivity and tact.
Who should make a Will?
- Married or civil partners with assets they wish to leave to their family
- Divorced couples or dissolved civil partnerships
- Unmarried and same sex couples living together
- Homeowners and Individuals who may want to leave gifts to friends, charities, or other people outside of the family
- People with individual estates worth more than £125,000
- Anyone who wants to express their wishes with regards to specific funeral arrangements; this also extends to organ donation, for example
The Wills and Probate team at Rotherham & Co are experienced with the handling of estates that have been left behind with sympathy and efficiency. We can assist with obtaining valuations of all assets of an estate, agreeing tax liability, and applying for a Grant of Probate (or, in the case of no Will, Letters of Administration).
Once the Grant has been obtained, we then organise the gathering of estate assets and begin to administer them according to the Will, or according to law as the case may be.
Please contact us to find out more.
Book an appointment by calling 024 7622 7331 or use our contact form.