MJR Solicitors Conveyancing Services
If you’ve inherited the property of a loved one as part of their will, you might be faced with a difficult and emotional decision on if, how, and when you might sell. While selling a property that’s part of an estate can be a more in-depth process than normal, the MJR Solicitors conveyancing team are fully experienced in probate property sales and can help make a difficult process easier for you.
What is probate?
Probate is the name given to the legal process of estate administration for any individual – including any money, property, and assets owned – after their death. This process is dealt with by the chosen Executors of the will alongside a specialist probate solicitor like MJR Solicitors.
Whether you’re an executor of a will or a beneficiary, if you’ve recently lost a loved family member or friend, managing the affairs and legalities of their estate – including the selling of their property – can be a heavy burden at a devastating and emotional time.
Conveyancing services for probate sales
Probate conveyancing for property left as part of a will can involve different procedures and paperwork, and take longer, than a normal house sale. Our team of probate solicitors has the experience and knowledge to act sensitively during the transfer and sale of any probate property after a person’s death, and we’re here to help and advise you on every area, including:
- Obtaining the person’s will
- Distributing the estate in accordance with the will
- Transfer of the property to you via a Deed of Assent
- Applying for the Grant of Probate so you can sell the property
But there may also be potential disputes with the will to be dealt with, as well as any outstanding debts that the property sale should be used to settle. Our specialist team are able to help you with these and any other legal issues of wills and probate to ensure the process is completed swiftly and efficiently.
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How much are your probate sales fees?
We offer a range of transparent, low-rate, and fixed-fee, probate sales services that won’t change unless your instructions do. With no hidden fees and no hourly rates, our fixed-fee, probate sales services mean you get what you need without going over budget.
|Freehold Sales||Fee||Leasehold Sales||Fee|
|Up to 150k||£850 plus VAT||Up to 150k||£900 plus VAT|
|£150 to £250k||£900 plus VAT||£150 to £250k||£950 plus VAT|
|£250 to 300k||£950 plus VAT||£250 to 300k||£1,000 plus VAT|
|£300 to £400k||£1,050 plus VAT||£300 to £400k||£1,100 plus VAT|
|£400 to £500k||£1,110 plus VAT||£400 to £500k||£1,150 plus VAT|
|£500k to £600k||£1,150 plus VAT||£500k to £600k||£1,200 plus VAT|
|£600 to 700k||£1,200 plus VAT||£600k to 700k||£1,250 plus VAT|
|£700k to £800k||£1,250 plus VAT||£700k to £800k||£1,300 plus VAT|
Contact MJR Conveyancing Solicitors today
The sale of a probate property can be an overwhelming and complicated process, making it harder to cope at a difficult and highly emotional time. Our qualified team are here to help you, ensuring the probate process is kept as stress-free as possible for you, answering your questions and guiding you through step by step.
For more information on probate property sales and selling a home after death, contact our probate conveyancing team today by calling 01243 945 054, sending a message through our contact form, or emailing us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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As your solicitors we will be at your side throughout your case, we will listen to you with care and understanding, and give you clear expert advice based on over 35 years’ experience in wills, probate and family law.
So, you can have complete confidence that you are receiving the best legal advice to achieve the best outcome in your case.