Probate

To be able to administer the wishes set out in a Will you will need to apply for probate (technically known as applying for a Grant of Probate or granting of probate).

Affordable Probate

  • Fixed Fee Probate Solicitors
  • Regular estate administration updates
  • Fixed fees
  • Fast Probate Services

Our Aim

Probate services for the bereaved

Fast Probate

Professional v DIY Service

Probate is not something to be take lightly. Applying for Probate is an order of the Court giving one or more people the legal authority to administer the estate of the deceased in order to distribute it correctly to the beneficiaries (i.e. probate of will).

Need for Probate Services

If you have any asset worth over £5,000, any stocks and shares or a property then your executors will usually need to apply for probate. If you don’t make a Will, they need to apply for Letters of Administration instead, which is very similar. A probate valuation will help you find out what your assets are worth.

Estate Administration

Probate Advisory Service

Unless your assets are all owned jointly with someone else and will pass to them automatically, you will need a Probate solicitor before your estate can be paid out. We can provide detailed advice about this if you need it.

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The Risks

The role of Executor or Administrator can be an onerous one. The deceased’s estate may involve valuable or complex matters and an Executor or Administrator is personally liable for administering the estate correctly.

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Looking after Family Members

Every Executor or Administrator can instruct a Solicitor of their choice to assist them with the Estate Administration and the legal fees are settled by the deceased’s Estate.

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Probabte Explained

When someone dies there can be a vast amount of paperwork to cope with on a variety of complex matters. We remove the burden of dealing with the estate from the deceased’s family and friends.

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Comprehensive Probate Services

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Our service includes: Preparing oaths for swearing, grants of probate or letters of administration Liaising with the HMRC on Inheritance Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Income Tax Advising on possible trusts General advice on the Will Advising on possible Deeds which may affect the Will and the amount of Inheritance Tax payable

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