District Court Family Law Remedies
The process involved in separating from a partner or spouse
is often a painful experience. Initial arrangements with regard to matters
such as maintenance of yourself or your spouse/partner, custody of and access
to dependent children frequently do not function in a satisfactory manner. It is
possible to remedy the situation using the services of the District Family
Court. A full description of District Court family services is available from
the following link:
What happens to Property, Assets and Liabilities when someone dies?
Probate and Administration Intestate of the Estate of a Deceased Person.
Dealing with the property, assets and
liabilities of a deceased loved one can be a complicated and daunting process
at a time of bereavement. Although it is possible to handle the administration
of a deceased person’s estate yourself through the Personal Probate section of
the Probate Office many people choose to engage the services of a solicitor to
minimize stress and hassle at a difficult time.