Lawyer Helen Tudor-Fisk is forced to take a job at a shabby, suburban law firm following a humiliating marriage breakdown and a professional fall from grace.
Helen deals with a nuisance claim and Roz makes Helen attend a staff training session with Lindy Baxter Smythe; Ray is shredding for a reunion; the office acquires a new photocopier.
Helen mediates a case about division of cremains, between a bereaved daughter and the new, much younger partner of her dead father. She also has an awkward family lunch at Dad and Viktor's house.
Helen steps up to do Ray's regular probate information talk at the local library; Roz is pursued by a gentleman caller; Helen searches for a priceless family heirloom that has gone missing in an estate clean-up.
The office is abuzz because their favourite temp Peggy is coming in to help out with a deceased estate. Helen doesn't understand what's so fun about Fun Peggy, but everyone else thinks she's "a hoot".
Helen meets with two estranged brothers to broker a compromise over their mother's will; Ray and George try to get rid of a rogue pigeon; Dad and Viktor worry that Helen doesn't have a social life.
Roz announces a new business venture and Ray entrusts Helen with the firm's most prestigious client; Helen meets with an influencer who wants to make a video will; George receives a gift.
Helen meets with a May/December couple to change their wills; Petro drops by to give Helen some news; a scandal erupts around Gruber & Associates.
Helen meets with a woman who is demanding power of attorney over her mother, and attends her ex-husband William's writers' festival run by literary interlocutor Lindy Baxter-Smythe.Watch Now:Amazon
George is overworked and Roz is having trouble finding a suitable assistant; Helen needs to ascertain the correct beneficiary of a large charity bequest and has to take the matter to court.
When Helen Tudor-Fisk's life falls apart, she takes a job in a small suburban firm specialising in wills and probate, assuming that because the clients are dead she won't have to deal with people.Watch Now:Amazon
Helen meets formidable opposing counsel Alice Pike, and stumbles upon Roz's passion project: an all-woman harmony group for funerals called, The Sadrigals; Alice Pike makes a complaint to the board about Roz.
Gruber & Gruber is nominated for a Small Business Award; Helen consults with a man who believes he is the son of a famous newsreader; at Dad's house, Helen meets personal trainer Blayden Tork.
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