Executry Administration: Inverness, Highlands

Get in touch to discuss administering an estate

We have offices in Inverness, Thurso and Lerwick and cover the whole of the Highlands & Islands.

Specialist legal advice on dealing with the administration of winding up an estate of a deceased friend or relative. 

The death of a friend or family member can be an extremely traumatic experience and it can be difficult to cope with the administrative task of winding up an estate at such an emotional time.

Our team of legal advisors in Inverness and Highlands can make the process as simple and straightforward as possible, helping to ease the burden on family members and friends. Our Highlands team is based in Inverness with an additional office in Thurso and we act for clients throughout the Highlands, including Thurso, Caithness, Moray, Nairn, Ross-shire, Skye, Stornoway, Sutherland and Orkney.

Why should you use a solicitor in winding up an estate? Executry administration can be a complicated and time consuming legal process, especially if the deceased has a business, trust or numerous properties. We are specialists in navigating through these situations and can help you with all aspects of winding up an estate as the estate administrator on behalf of the deceased and their Executor. Please call us on 01463 795019. We would be happy to meet with you to discuss further in our Inverness or Thurso office. 

Executry Inverness Highlands

Why choose us?

We have settled hundreds of estates both large and small throughout the Highlands. Winding up and estate can be a complicated process and our experienced solicitors are able to assist you in dealing with all of the complex processes and negotiations.

Our experienced and approachable team can take care of all matters arising from the death of a family member or friend in a sympathetic, speedy and efficient manner. We appreciate this can be a very difficult time for you, and with our services available in your local area, ensure advice and support is at hand for you.

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