Probate, grant only, fixed fee
We can help you through this difficult process by obtaining the Grant of Probate on your behalf. You will then be able to collect and distribute the assets.
How much does this service cost?
TOTAL: fixed fee of £1,020 (incl. VAT).
Breakdown of costs:
Legal fees £850
VAT on legal fees £170
- Probate application fee of £155 plus 50p per sealed copy of the Grant (1 per asset usually)
- £5 – 7 Swearing of the oath (per executor)
- Bankruptcy-only Land Charges Department searches (£2 per beneficiary)
- Post in The London Gazette – Protects against unexpected claims from unknown creditor https://www.legalads.co.uk/
- Post in a Local Newspaper – This also helps to protect against unexpected claims https://www.legalads.co.uk/
Disbursements are costs related to your matter that are payable to third parties, such as court fees. We handle the payment of the disbursements on your behalf to ensure a smoother process.
As part of our fixed fee we will:
- Provide you with a dedicated and experienced probate solicitor to work on your matter
- Identify the legally appointed executors or administrators and beneficiaries
- Accurately identify the type of Probate application you will require
- Complete the Probate Application and the relevant HMRC forms based on the financial information that you have provided
- Draft a legal oath for you to swear
- Make the application to the Probate Court on your behalf
- Obtain the Probate and securely send sealed copies to you
On average, obtaining the grant of probate takes 8 – 12 weeks.
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