Removing an Executor
Are you looking to remove an Executor from a Will? A recent High Court case set a precedent to remove a professional Executor. It may be that you feel the professionals fees would be too dear otherwise it could be that you wish to remove the executor so that you are able to deal with deceased persons affairs directly. Call us for further advice.
Remove an Executor
Most professional Executors, including Solicitors and even ourselves, would voluntarily renounce executorship by signing a Deed of Renunciation
provided that no administration has already been carried out. Some professional executors would insist that they would only sign a Deed of Renunciation that they have prepared and there may be a charge for this. If you would like us to prepare the renunciation deed for you we would be pleased to assist. The fee we charge would be £140 plus VAT. We would need to see a copy of the Will and a copy of the death certificate, please send us an email to email@example.com otherwise just click here
to begin the process..
Why would an Executor Renounce
Although it is possible that a professional executor would insist that they administered the estate of the deceased person most reputable organisations including Solicitors would not create such problems for the family of the deceased. In if they were to create such problems the family would be in a position to withhold documents and papers. If you are having problems removing an executor call us for advice.
What to do next
If you need help removing an Executor call us, once the Executor has been removed we will be offer you a guaranteed fixed fee for dealing with probate administration, our fixed fee probate
service is priced around the work that we have to do as opposed to setting a price that is calculated as a percentage of the estate. We believe this is a fairer way to ensure those who own property are not penlaised with unfair probate fees.
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