Following the loss of a close family member or friend obtaining probate can be a time consuming and daunting task. Our personal, professional service can ensure the administration of the estate is processed correctly and in a timely manner so that the process is completed as soon as possible.
What is a Grant of Probate?
A grant of probate gives an executor the authority to administer the estate of someone who has died, which includes tidying up their affairs and distributing their assets to their chosen beneficiary.
How can our Probate team help?
Our team can help obtain the probate on your behalf. This service will include:
- Completing the Probate application
- Submitting the application to the Probate Registry
- Receiving Grant of Probate
- Personal representatives finalising the matter
Price range for this service
£850-£1000 plus VAT.
If the personal representatives provide the valuations of assets and liabilities. The cost is unlikely to exceed £850 plus VAT.
This depends upon the number of assets and liabilities but generally this service can take between 4-8 weeks.
For example, an estate which has 1 asset and 1 beneficiary will take less time than a more complex estate.
Disbursements (not included in the above fees)
Probate Registry Fee – £155 plus £0.50 for each additional copy of the grant.
This information assumes that there is no Inheritance Tax payable and no foreign assets.
For further information please speak with:
Maria Cosslett, Partner and Head of Probate, Wills and Trust at Loosemores
Phone – 029 2080 3116 or
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria Cosslett is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, a member of the Society of Trust and Estates Practitioners (STEP) and a member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE).
The above information is an estimate and does not necessarily reflect the price of this service. The exact cost will depend on the individual circumstances of the matter. We have provided this information to help clients understand the prices we charge for this service.