Bury based legal firm Clough & Willis launches bereavement service
PUBLISHED: 14:31 05 February 2013 | UPDATED: 22:41 20 February 2013
Bury based Clough & Willis – one the North West's leading mid-sized legal firms – is launching a brand new service to help recently bereaved clients to start to deal with their loved ones' affairs.
Bury based Clough & Willis one the North Wests leading mid-sized legal firms is launching a brand new service to help recently bereaved clients to start to deal with their loved ones affairs. Focussing around the practical issues that most people will not have had to deal with before, the service will offer a free 20 minute meeting, by appointment, where clients can come as a first point of contact when someone has died.
The Private Client department will provide guidance and advice on what to consider when a loved one dies, including information on how to register the death, making funeral arrangements, and who should be notified. The team can also offer support and assistance with the probate process - depending on whether or not there is a valid Will - and administering the deceaseds estate.
Helen Webster, head of the Private Client department commented: Whenever someone dies, the grieving friends and family left behind often dont know where to start in this difficult, unfamiliar and daunting situation especially when it is unexpected. The aim of this new and dedicated service is to provide support as well as practical help with often complex affairs. We also hope our expertise, knowledge and experience will go some way to relieving the burden and pressure for our clients during a time of grief.
Anyone interested in finding out more about the Bereavement Service should call the Clough & Willis team on freephone 0800 083 0815 or visit http://www.clough-willis.co.uk/events/clough-willis-bereavement-service.html