Will & Probate

‘Probate’ means the copy of a Will, certified under the seal of a court of competent jurisdiction, with a grant of administration to the estate of the testator.

The person who makes a Will, expresses his/her wishes to be executed after his/her death by certain persons who are generally named in the Will. The persons so named to execute the Will, are called its executors. A probate is a method through which a Will is certified, under the seal of a court. A probate establishes and authenticates the Will finally. A probate is a conclusive proof of the fact that the Will was executed validly and is genuine and the last Will of the deceased.

“Banik & Associates”  has filed various Probate Cases and obtained orders for their clients, from various District courts  like, Alipore Judges court, Baruipur court, City Civil court, Sealdah court, Barasat court and many other courts in India.

We have highly skilled best & experienced Civil Lawyer/Advocates to resolve your problem related to will & probate which mentioned hereinabove.

With the high numbers of married persons, matrimonial disputes also increases due to differences in opinions, thoughts, etc. … As the matrimonial disputes are mainly between the husband and wife and personal matters are involved in such disputes, so, it requires conciliatory procedure to bring a settlement between them. Otherwise it can harsh both the spouse even their children also.

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