Probate Case Intake Form

Provide Us With an Overview of Your Case

If you are faced with a bereavement case involving European assets, Graf & Partners LLP will gladly provide you with an initial basic assessment on whether or not a separate European grant of probate is required. Providing us with a more specific overview regarding your case may help to expedite the process. Please fill out the form below to the best of your ability. We will take a look and get back to you promptly to let you know if we can help. Thank you again for contacting Graf & Partners, LLP.

  • 1. Personal Details of the Decedent

  • (i.e, death certificate)
  • (e.g. single, married, widowed, divorced, officially separated but not yet divorced)
  • 2. Will(s), Codicil(s) and Living Trust(s)

  • 3. Spouse and Next-of-Kin

    (includes children from previous marriages, children born outside marriage and adopted children)
  • 4. Estate(s)

  • NOTE: If so, under the laws of some European countries there is the risk that an heir becomes personally liable for the decedent’s personal debts if they do not actively renounce the inheritance within certain deadlines!
  • 5. Client

  • Please give full name, address, and contact details (email, phone number, skype etc)
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