When a person dies, the emotional strain it causes can be exacerbated by the burden of dealing with what seems like an overwhelming amount of bureaucracy and paperwork.


Our professional, sensitive approach will ensure that the deceased’s estate is administered correctly according to the law and that the assets are distributed to those who are entitled to it. This may be in accordance with a Will or the intestacy rules when no Will has been made.


Our expert team will guide you through the whole process of valuing the assets and liabilities, applying for the Grant of Probate, realising the assets, paying the debts and legacies and finally winding up the estate.


We will also deal with all tax issues arising out of the death and give you specialist advice on any steps which could be taken to minimise the tax liability.

"Global Service Group relies on Lamb Brooks not just for faultless legal advice but also because of their commercial understanding of our business. In particular, their Employment and Litigation teams' excellent support has not only given us a significant financial advantage but also enabled us to bid on complex contracts with confidence. I have no hesitation recommending Lamb Brooks as a trusted business partner"

Rob Berringer

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