It’s a sad reality that having to administer the estate of a loved one comes right at the time when we’re least able to cope emotionally. Often when we’re trying to deal with a death in the family, the world seems keen to move on much quicker than we are.
At Wallace Quinn we’ve had over twenty years of helping families deal with these additional pressures with sympathy and professionalism.
If a Will has been written, we can help wind up affairs, ensuring your loved one’s wishes are carried out quickly. By appointing us, you’ll also minimise the chance of causing conflict within the family at what is already a difficult time.
If you don’t think a Will has been written, we’ll make every effort to check if that’s the case. If no Will has been created, we can take you through the more difficult process of winding up the estate with the minimum amount of additional disruption or delay.
And if you’ve suddenly found that a relative has named you as the Executor of their estate, we can offer the legal framework and support you’ll need to carry out the task.
An additional service that Wallace Quinn offers is a final check that every aspect of an estate has been wound up. Often that can happen many years after a death when perhaps you’ve found paperwork for a long forgotten bank account or insurance policy. Never throw these documents away, because often they are the key to sums of money which have gone unclaimed but to which you are now entitled.
At Wallace Quinn, we’re proud to be a traditional family lawyer, here to help your family whenever you need us, whatever the circumstances.