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Unfortunately, the Coronavirus pandemic has given rise to a sharp increase in the rate of mortality. In May 2020, it is has been reported that the UK death rate was 21% higher than the average of recent years.
A sad consequence of this is that families are often left to deal with the administration of a deceased`s estate. If you are the Executor of a deceased person`s Will or, if there is no Will, an Administrator of their estate, this can be a daunting and distressing prospect.
Evidence suggests that an increasing number of Executors are attempting to deal with an estate themselves when a close relative dies. However, this may not be a wise move as the reality is that dealing with a deceased`s estate is usually a complex process - even in cases where the estate may appear simple and straightforward.Read more…
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