When a person dies they often leave behind property, assets and debts that need to be managed and finalised. This is often referred to as a deceased person’s ‘estate’. Where a valid will exists the estate will usually be finalised by the executor named in the will. If there is no valid will then the deceased’s closest next of kin will usually be responsible for finalising the estate, and may be appointed administrator of the estate. This is also an area of practice P.O Bajowa chambers comes to be of importance. Wills, letters of administration, probate are very delicate matters and has a lot of unending conflicts arising from them.
Category : OFFICE
Date : 18 May 2017