The death of a loved one is traumatic enough without having to sort out their financial affairs. Many people start to sort out such affairs feeling that they can cope with all the various problems such as assets, liabilities, pensions, tax, trusts, etc. however, after a short while they may find that the financial and legal paperwork is complex and causes more worries. Professional assistance with sorting out the financial affairs following a death goes a long way to help reduce any stress and worry.
Download a printable version of our leaflet “What to do when someone dies” here.
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|Ripley office||01773 744 744||Duncan Lyon or Jill Leam|
|Long Eaton office||0115 972 5222||Ellie Wreford or Michael Cobbett|
|Beeston office||0115 922 1591||Sarah Jordan or Joanna Bridges|
|Belper office||01773 821 665||Joanne Fletcher|