Probate Services & Advice
We offer Probate and Estate Administration Services at varying levels of services, prices, and involvement where we can help administer the estate on your behalf and we can be involved as much or as little as the family requires. Please contact us for a quote. The solutions we offer are:
Grant of Probate
If you have decided to apply for the Grant of Probate yourself, we can assist by completing just the HMRC Inheritance Tax Forms. In this instance, we would also assist with any enquires that HMRC may have. *Excludes Probate Application Fee
Completing HMRC Forms
We can complete the application to the Probate Registry for the Grant of Probate, as well as complete all the HMRC Tax Forms and assist with any enquires HMRC may have. *Depending on whether it is a Taxable Estate
Full Estate Administration
With our Full Administration Service, we take full responsibility for getting the Grant of Probate and dealing with the Legal, Tax, and Estate Admin affairs for a fixed fee. There are no upfront costs to pay. *Depending on the number of assets
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Probate Services and Estate Administration
Dealing with financial matters, wills, and tax issues can be daunting at the best of times and, at a time of recent bereavement, rather overwhelming. Whether you are seeking professional assistance with the completion of certain administrative tasks, some general advice, or require a full probate service, you can get in touch with our probate team today for immediate aid and advice.
We offer specialist probate services, and our team has the expertise to assist you. We have helped many clients in Norfolk, Suffolk, and across the UK with their Probate and Estate Administration.
Frequently Asked Questions about Probate Services
What is Probate? Probate is the process of dealing with the estate of someone who has died which generally means paying off their debts and distributing the estate in accordance with their Will. This can include assets such as their property, money and other possessions. Probate needs to be obtained prior to the Will Executors claiming or selling the assets and this can be granted through a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration.
What is a Grant of Probate? This is a type of grant of representation obtained from the Court. A Grant of Probate confirms the legal authority given to an executor of a deceased’s Will, to act in the administration of the estate. The grant allows the executor to deal with the assets in a deceased’s estate, for example, to close bank accounts, sell the property and pay debts and expenses. The grant also proves the validity of the Will.
What are Letters of Administration? A grant of letters of administration may be required if your loved one died without leaving a Will. It is the official Court document that proves you have the authority to deal with someone’s estate. Once the document has been issued, you’ll be able to act as the administrator of the estate.
How We Can Help
We understand that upon the death of a loved one completing this process may not be on the mind of a bereaved family, however, in some cases we also understand that a bereaved family is keen to reduce fees, so we offer a number of tailored services designed to meets all needs, so please contact us to receive a written quote.
Please contact us for more information or to arrange a FREE no-obligation home consultation with one of our advisers. We would be very happy to discuss your specific requirements.
We provide three services for Probate and Estate Administration
We understand that some clients may want to retain control of the probate application process or hand the entire process over to a professional, in which case we have the solutions to support you.
For initial advice and guidance about Probate and Estate Administration call our advisors in Norfolk and Suffolk on 0333 1300 509 or contact us online via the contact form on this page.