Following a bereavement, there are a number of tasks to be considered and completed. These tasks are not always straightforward and can include dealing with difficult legal and tax affairs. We understand that this can make an already difficult time even more stressful. That’s why we’ve created this guide to help you understand your responsibilities and options, as well as what needs to be done.
The process of dealing with the affairs of someone who has died is known as estate administration. This guide aims to share everything you need to know about estate administration, so you can make informed decisions on how to deal with your loved one’s affairs.
The guide covers:
- Who is responsible for handling the deceased’s affairs?
- Personal Representatives
- The role of an Executor or Administrator
- The difference between probate and estate administration
- What is probate?
- What is estate administration?
- The options available to an Executor or Administrator
- How Kings Court Trust can help you
- Case studies