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A Guide To Placing Deceased Estates Notices In The Gazette

If you are an executor or administrator of a Will, you are responsible for dealing with any claims against the estate. After you receive a grant of probate, Section 27 of the Trustee Act 1925 recommends that you place something called ...
how to apply for probate

Applying For Probate: A Step-By-Step Guide To The Process

When a close friend or loved family member dies, dealing with their estate is necessary to ensure the administrative process, known as probate, is complete. Often involving lots of paperwork, the potential sale of property, and legal, tax, and financial ...

How To Be An Executor For A Will And What You Should Expect?

When a close friend or family member dies, it can be devastating and going through paperwork, wills, and estate documents as their executor might be the last thing you want to do. But it could also be a welcome diversion ...
Help Ive Inherited An Empty Property

Help, I’ve Inherited An Empty Property – What Do I Need To Do?

Estates and wills are typically handled by solicitors so it can feel like you’re facing a minefield if you’re left with a loved one’s legal affairs to deal with. This guide covers some of the most common areas you will ...
Governement Increasing Probate Fees

Governement Increasing Probate Fees!

In an attempt to raise an additional £250m a year, the Government are planning to huge rises in Probate fees. They are replacing the current fees with a new tiered system. This could result in paying as much as £20,000 ...