Administration of Estates

When a person dies, whether or not there is a Will, that person's property and affairs will need to be dealt with. This will include paying off debts and ensuring that the beneficiaries of the estate receive the assets. This is called administering the estate and is essentially the management of all activities relating to the valuation, collection and distribution of the assets. It also includes all the necessary tax, legal and administrative activities.

There is a huge amount of paperwork, form-filling and telephone calling to be made, which can often seem very daunting to the family members of the deceased. At Crosse + Crosse, we understand the difficulties that you face and offer a practical and sympathetic service to assist you through this time.

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