What is an executor?

An executor is an individual or company appointed by a Will. Their responsibility is to ensure the deceased's estate is fully closed down in accordance with UK Law and that their wishes are carried as per the Will.

When appointing an executor, you should take into account the following:

  • Ability to perform the role over what is typically a 6 - 12 month period, sometimes a great deal longer
  • Any possibility of conflict or dispute
  • The possibility of them predeceasing you
  • The size, nature and location of the estate, the assets and the beneficiaries
  • Willingness to act
  • The extent and complexity of the burden placed on the Executors
  • The costs involved

Our executorship service options for bereaved families are as follows:

Option 1

Where the family wish to deal with estate administration themselves we can renounce as executor (in this instance we are also able to provide a DIY probate pack for their benefit)

Option 2

We obtain Grant of Probate only (non-taxable estates only) leaving the family to handle the rest of the estate administration process

Option 3

We obtain Grant of Probate (non-taxable estates only) and transfer up to three properties or other assets leaving the family to handle the rest of the estate administration process

Option 4

We obtain Grant of Probate and deal with the full administration

To read more about our probate service please click here

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