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Condy Mathias Eldercare Limited is licensed by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales to carry out the reserved legal activity of non-contentious probate in England and Wales.
When someone dies it is an emotional and distressing time for the family and many will feel unable to deal with the legal and administrative issues that require careful attention.
There are many issues that need to be considered: registering the death, attending to the funeral arrangements, completing all the necessary government forms and applying for a Grant of Probate.
As this is a stressful time the family may wish to place matters in the hands of an experienced professional team who can deal with matters in accordance with the law but also in a compassionate and caring manner. This is where Condy Mathias Eldercare Limited can provide all the support you need during this difficult period.
Our probate team is headed up by our tax director, Kathy Martin, who as a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CTA) is experienced in both estates and trusts as well as dealing with the tax and broader financial matters affecting clients and their families.
Condy Mathias Eldercare Limited probate services include:-
Condy Mathias Eldercare‘s probate team will ensure that matters are resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible, ensure you are kept advised throughout the process and do all we can to ensure the speedy distribution of the estate assets to the beneficiaries.
We provide a cost-effective, high value solution to meet all of your financial needs.
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Contact the team now to discuss your needs.
Why not contact Condy Mathias today for more information. Call or email us for an initial consultation.
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