Administering a deceased’s persons estate involves ascertaining and valuing their assets and liabilities, settling the tax position and distributing the assets in accordance with the deceased’s wishes or the intestacy rules, whichever is applicable. Every estate is unique, and we have a wealth of experience in guiding executors through the administration process, including often the administration of estates with foreign elements and assets in multiple jurisdictions. As one of only a small number of London firms we are also able to administer estates in France and deal with the sale of French property. We will expertly guide you through the administration process with empathy and professionalism. As members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners we are recognised as experts in what we do.
Legal 500 note in its ‘Personal tax, trusts and probate’ recommendations that: “Druces LLP fields multi-disciplinary lawyers with a commercial focus. ‘Being smaller is a distinct advantage, and there is always the feeling of a real team spirit’ says one client. Roy Campbell and Richard Monkcom have excellent reputations.
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