What to do when someone dies

Allan McDougall Solicitors’ “What to do when someone dies” guide has been designed to give some pointers and practical advice to anyone who has suffered a bereavement. It outlines the main tasks that need to be undertaken, and we hope it will be of use at a difficult time.

Please contact us if you would like further assistance or legal advice, and for all enquiries about wills, trusts, executries, powers of attorney, guardianship and intervention orders.

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  • In settling my late wife's estate I have found the service provided By Alan McLaren was of an extremely high standard. The care provided to me was smooth and completely covered all issues making this very difficult time for me very much less stressful indeed. I thoroughly/genuinely recommend this company to anyone unequivocally.
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