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HELP AFTER SOMEBODY DIES

Personal representatives are the people named in the Will to act as the Executors, or the “next of kin” of somebody who has left no Will. Being a personal representative has heavy responsibilities and can be legally difficult. This is quite apart from the fact that after the loss of someone close to you, dealing with these matters may prove personally distressing.

With this in mind we can relieve you of the burden of “getting probate” to help you to ensure that the wishes of the deceased person are followed. We can give advice on all aspects of winding up a deceased person’s estate, including selling the house or transferring it to the persons entitled.

Dealing with a deceased person’s tax can be complicated and is often a specialist’s job. We can advise on the payment of Inheritance Tax, and deal with the Income Tax affairs of a person both before death and in the period of the administration of the estate.

We can offer professional advice to personal representatives so that they can be sure that they comply with their duty to all the people mentioned in the Will.

It is sometimes possible to save a considerable amount of Inheritance Tax after a person has died by means of changing the effect of the Will or the intestacy. This needs specialist advice which we are happy to provide.

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1-3, Lansdowne Terrace, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne NE3 1HN, UK

Please note that on 1st February 2019 we acquired the practice of Stephens McDonald & Robson SRA number 629167 and are the successor practice for that firm . We welcome Gregg Stephens to McKeag & Co.

Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority at Mckeag & Co number 636733