Not all deceased's estate require a grant of probate.

"Probate" is an order of the High Court, approving the appointment of the executors named in the will and effectively authorising anyone with whom they have dealings to accept them as having the authority to deal with the assets of the deceased.

If there was no will, the Court issue another similar order in favour of near relatives or a creditor called a "grant of Administration" which basically has the same result.

Our firm is experienced in all facets of these issues. Our fees are competitive and we charge from only £750 plus VAT, plus court fees for obtaining a grant of either type.

We will give an estimate of our fees for carrying out additional work including liquidating and distributing the entire estate and dealing with property transfers and Deeds of Family Arrangement amending the provisions of the Will for personal or Tax efficiency reasons

We will work with the executors/administrators doing whatever part of the administration that they require.

E-mail us with an outline of the requirements or telephone for a discussion.

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