Wills, trusts, tax and probate
Wills, trusts, tax and probate solicitors
We want to make wills and estate administration easy to access and understand for our customers. If you have a question about wills, trusts, taxes or probate, our leading solicitors are here to assist.
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Making sure your estate is handled and your loved ones are taken care of is simple with our fixed fee wills.
Expert legal advice on all aspects of will writing
A range of wills to suit your needs - inc online options
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Why do I need a solicitor to prepare my will?
It’s important to get expert legal advice from a wills solicitor as will writing can be complex, however our team of make the process as straight forward as possible for you. We can help spot any errors which may cause problems further down the line, but most importantly give guidance and support you through the process. It’s a lot easier to address potential issues now rather than after your death which may affect the value of your estate.
Why is a will important?
Regardless of how much money or assets you have its important to make a will so that you can decide how your possessions should be divided after you die. Our wills solicitors can help you detail and formalise this and give you .
What is a trust?
What about tax?
Depending on the value of your estate there may or may not be tax to be paid. Slater and Gordon can outline the details for you and give advice on how this works.
What is probate?
What is an administrator of an estate?
The administrator or executor is responsible for collecting assets, paying any estate liabilities from estate funds, paying any legacies as per the deceased's will and distributing the residue of the estate as per the will or the rules of intestacy if no will is available. The difference between an executor and an administrator is the following:
- Executor: Appointed by the deceased person in their will.
- Administrator: Appointed by court according to the relationship status to the deceased person. An administrator appointed by court is necessary, if the deceased person did not appoint an executor or if the executor is unwilling or unable to act or the estate is an 'interstate' estate as no will is available.
Meet the wills and trusts experts
Our expert team are highly specialised in all areas of wills, tax, trusts and probate.
Very pleased with the service I received from Slater and Gordon. All actions required were carried out in a sympathetic and efficient manner. Clarification of requirements were indicated in a clear and precise detail with good communication. Mr S, Lancashire (wills, trusts & probate case)
My lawyer was very helpful at all stages of the process. She explained things clearly and was very flexible and helpful in dealing with my challenging personal circumstances. I would highly recommend. Ms G, Lancashire (wills, trusts & probate case)
I am thrilled with how fast my Grant of Probate was dealt with and how lovely everyone was. I would highly recommend their services. Mrs E, Manchester (wills, trusts & probate case)