Rossdale on Probate and Administration of Estates
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- DEATH AND GRANT OF REPRESENTATION
- WILLS AND INTESTACIES
- GETTING IN ASSETS
- ASSETS AND POWERS OVER THEM
- THE PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES’ POWERS, ACCOUNTS, EXPENSES AND REMUNERATION
- ALTERATIONS TO THE DISPOSITION OF THE ESTATE
- PROCEEDINGS IN COURT
Rossdale on Probate and Administration of Estates (fifth edition) is one of the key reference works for on this subject. Its combination of a user-friendly text with detailed footnotes makes it an ideal reference source for all probate practitioners, whatever their level of experience in the area.
The service deals with the process of administering the estate from start to finish: from the obtaining of the grant to the final distribution, with some diversions in between. The text is intended to be a practical guide. It is by no means an academic treatise which deals with each and every problem or question which may arise when administering an estate. Some of the topics touched on in the book may require specialist advice. The authors have endeavoured to highlight in the text the occasions when specialist advice may be necessary or made reference to more detailed texts on the subject.
About the author:
Richard Dew’s practice is focussed on Wills, Estates and Trusts and related professional negligence. His practice is predominantly litigation, and he is frequently involved in large and complex claims. He also advises and represents in Court of Protection matters and provides expert advice in respect of tax and tax planning (principally capital taxation).
He is a member of STEP and ACTAPS, and is on the committee of the STEP Contentious Trusts and Estates SIG and of the Chancery Bar Association. He was ACTAPS’ Contentious Barrister of the Year for 2016.
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