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Probate Plans

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What is Probate?

Probate is the legal progress of dealing with your estate after you pass away. Through Probate, assets are distributed to your beneficiaries, according to your Will. It can be a long and stressful process for your loved ones, taking around six to nine months to complete. We can help prevent these problems with our Probate Plans.

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Benefits of a Probate Plan

Probate could be required for assets as little as £5,000. It can be time-consuming and costly — typically up to 5% of the value of your estate goes to your Solicitor. By planning ahead and paying for your Probate now, you will:

Avoid future price increases
Reduce worry for your family
Pay less than a Solicitor’s fees calculated as a percentage of your estate’s value

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Paying a fixed fee at today’s prices makes things easier in the future. There won’t be anything to pay when the time comes, minimising the stress on your family and friends at an emotional time. Your financial savings vary depending on the current value of your estate. You can choose from a range of payment options for ease and flexibility.

How we can help

We will guide you through the process and make sure when the time comes, your Will is executed quickly and accurately. We will complete all the paperwork and deal with the winding up of your estate. It’s an easy way to protect loved ones from unnecessary burdens.


What’s included

To ensure the process is as simple and straightforward as possible, our Probate Plans include the following: Hands using calculator

  • Identifying, gathering and valuing your assets
  • Preparing Probate forms and other necessary documentation for the Grant of Representation
  • Applying for, and obtaining, the Grant of Representation from the Probate Registry
  • Dealing with HM Revenue & Customs to complete Income Tax, Inheritance Tax and Capital Gains Tax forms, then making any necessary corrections
  • Identifying tax reliefs or exemptions to the estate before calculating tax owed
  • Liaising with the appropriate organisations, financial institutions and Beneficiaries throughout the process
  • Preparing the accounts and distributing the estate to Beneficiaries
  • A £300 allowance towards associated Probate costs, such as court fees

Ensure your assets pass onto your loved ones as you wish and save your family any undue stress with a Probate Plan.

If you want to know more about Probate Plans, click below to visit our Probate FAQs page.

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