We are delighted to announce that we are now licensed to provide probate and estate administration services.
What does this mean
We can save you or your family a lot of time and stress in the event of losing a loved one. There are certain protocols which need to be carried out upon a person’s death. Probate and estate administration is just one of these, but also the most complex, as the executors are required to file legal, financial and taxation information about the deceased’s estate.
However, we can ease this burden, particularly when the deceased was a client of ours, as we will have much of the financial and tax information to hand and are likely to know the next of kin. This can simplify and shorten the process and therefore help to keep the costs to a minimum.
What’s involved in the probate and estate administration process?
The process can be lengthy and complicated and will require the deceased’s personal representatives carrying out the following steps:
To help you understand the whole process we have put together a ‘Guide to Probate.’
The probate and estate administration service complements our other services which may be of benefit from time to time, these include:
*Licensed by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales to carry out the reserved legal service of non-contentious probate in England and Wales.
Details of our probate accreditation can be viewed at www.icaew.com/probate under reference number C001034236.
Diversity Survey Evaluation
Ward Williams Chartered Accountants has conducted a diversity survey, the purpose being to gather evidence to encourage a strong, independent, diverse and effective profession.
In 2017 59% of the staff members were female and 41% were male.
For further information on Ward Williams Probate Service and/or advice on dealing with an estate please use the contact Malcolm McKinnell.
We are always please to talk and discuss on a no obligation basis how we might assist.