Manchester: 0161 342 1409 or London: 0203 389 8469

Probate Solicitors Manchester & London

From as little as £599 our fixed fee probate service is a stress-free, straightforward solution to obtaining the help you need right now. Book an informal chat at a time that suits you.

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Our fixed fee probates are based only on the work we do and not on the final value of the estate. Once we have provided your quotation it won't change. We’ve created a friendly, no jargon fixed fee probate service and you will be cared for by the same member of our team throughout the process. After providing a few simple details over the phone we’ll send out a confirmation letter for you to return in a prepaid envelope.

That’s it! We do the rest! Just call us on 0161 342 1409 (Manchester) or 0203 389 8469 (London).

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  • Fast Turnaround
  • Clear Language
  • Fixed Price
  • Excellent Trusted Service
  • Stress-free
  • Reliability

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the new Probate fee increases?

    A controversial increase in probate fees is due to come into force from April 2019.

    The current cost for fixed fee probate applications is £155 (if an application is made through a solicitor) or £215 for a personal application. However, the Government proposes that from April 2019 the fees will be graduated depending upon the value of the estate.

    The change is due to come into effect sometime in April 2019, although no date has yet been given for its introduction. The Government has said that it will publish guidance on the ways for personal representatives to pay for the proposed increases before the changes are introduced.

  • What is a Probate?

    The best way to explain the old-fashioned word ‘Probate’ is to describe it as a Court Order called a Grant of Representation. Once issued this gives you the power to deal with the affairs of a deceased person.

    This description would make the Probate process much less confusing - indeed, this is probably the only time in law when using more words helps! So it’s as simple as that. “getting probate” means obtaining a Court Order so that you can step into the shoes of someone who has died so that you can sort their affairs out.

    The Executor or Administrator of a person’s estate will usually apply for Probate.

  • What is Inheritance Tax?

    Inheritance Tax is a tax that is paid on the value of an estate over a certain threshold. The government sets this level, and it depends on who’s in power at the time and their attitude to inherited wealth that determines what the threshold will be.

    The basic Inheritance Tax threshold is currently £325,000 per person as of April 2016. The Inheritance Tax rate is 40% of the value of your estate above this threshold however there are certain factors which can affect the amount to be paid.

  • What is a Will?

    A Will is a legally binding document that gives clear instructions on how you want your estate (property, assets, money etc.) to be managed after you die.

    It includes elements like who will administer your estate, how your family will be cared for and helps you to acknowledge the people in your life when you’re no longer around.

  • What is Intestacy?

    Intestacy means dying without a Will. By not legally stating how you want your estate to be distributed the Rules of Intestacy come into play. Not only that but issues such as applying for Letters of Administration and Inheritance Tax become much more complex. Dying without a Will makes life complicated for those who need to administer your estate.

Call: Manchester: 0161 342 1409 or London: 0203 389 8469 for more information.

Happy Customers...

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  • Nothing was too much trouble and it was a pleasure to know that someone who actually know what they were doing was at the end of the phone.
  • What I liked was that you knew from the start exactly what it was going to cost. There were no surprises and hidden extras.

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