The 2nd to the 8th December is National Grief Awareness Week. This is the fourth year that the Good Grief Trust have run this campaign, supporting the recently bereaved emotionally and offering practical advice following the death of a loved one.
All of us will grieve at some point in our lives. When thinking about grief, most people think about the immediate aftermath of a loved one’s death. In fact, grief can affect us for many months or years after, which is why we understand the importance of quality empathetic and personal advice.
On top of the grieving process, if you are an executor for someone who made a Will, or next of kin for someone who did not make a Will, you will be left with a number of additional responsibilities and things to sort out. This can seem very daunting and intimidating at a time when that is the very last thing you need.
At Monan Gozzett LLP, we offer free initial appointments to talk through what needs to be done, helping you ascertain whether you need a Grant of Probate and explaining the process of administering the estate from start to finish. You can then take the time you need to decide whether you want to undertake this on your own, or whether you would like some professional assistance.
If you do decide that you would like Monan Gozzett to assist you with administering an estate, we can be as involved as much or as little as you wish. Our services extend from assisting with the legal aspect of applying for and obtaining the Grant of Probate, dealing with the Land Registry, or administering the entire estate on your behalf, leaving you free to focus on you and your family.
For more information about our Probate services, head to our dedicated Probate page.
Or, find out more information about the Good Grief Trust and National Grief Awareness Week.