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Fishers Solicitors



 

Probate Solicitors in the Midlands

The pain of losing a loved one, be it family member or friend, is hard enough before taking on the task of administering their estate. Being named executor of a Will and receiving a grant of probate is a great deal of responsibility, and often handling the estate and dividing the assets alone can be complex and distressing, especially if you are in the process of grieving.

For this reason, many find it beneficial to seek professional assistance from a trusted probate solicitor who can either offer partial input and advice or essentially administer the estate under instruction from the client.

Using an experienced probate solicitor can make the probate process much simpler and less stressful for you, while giving you the peace of mind that all of the legal details are being handled correctly.

Fishers team of knowledgeable probate solicitors have vast experience in dealing with a range of estates, and can provide a tailored service dependingon the level of assistance you require.

We regularly work with all sorts of people, including those who require specialist support, such as people with dementia and other vulnerable people.

Wills Solicitors in the Midlands

At Fishers, our dedicated Wills solicitors believe that it’s never too early to draft a Will to protect your assets and have your wishes respected after you are gone.

With a broad depth of knowledge and a wealth of experience, our Will writing solicitors can assist you with making those crucial decisions that will benefit your family in years to come. We can also ensure that your Will is written in a legally sound way, ensuring that your wishes will be respected.

Contact information

Unit R,

Ivanhoe Business Park,

Ashby de la Zouch,

Leicestershire,

LE65 2AB

Phone – 01530 412 167

Email – enquiries@fisherslaw.co.uk

 

Full Address

Unit R,

Ivanhoe Business Park,

Ashby de la Zouch,

Leicestershire,

LE65 2AB

Phone – 01530 412 167

Email – enquiries@fisherslaw.co.uk

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