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We have offices in Cardiff, London, Oxford, Portsmouth, Reading andSouthampton. However we can also assist nationally. We can assist with all aspects of probate and the administration of estates, including:
We will always endeavour to provide you will an estimate of time and costs from the outset, which we will normally address at the initial meeting with the executors once we are familiar with the estate.
For further information on probate and administration of estates see our Client Guides at the top right of this page or click here.
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The independent Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has published a call for evidence to gather information about people’s experience and perceptions of Inheritance Tax.
…or at least, it can be when it comes to probate matters – especially on the first death of a couple in a civil partnership or marriage
You know that you have been named as a beneficiary under a Will or are entitled under a relative's intestacy. After the initial emotions experienced in learning this news have bedded in, you feel that you have been waiting for ages to find out more.
When a friend or loved one dies, and after the funeral and grieving time, a general (but important) question may be: what (if anything) do I do next? Is probate required?
Most probate practitioners will be well aware that, on a more technical level, the word “resealing” refers to the process by which foreign grants of representation are sealed by the probate registry.
We discuss the issues surrounding extracting an English grant of representation when the deceased died domiciled abroad.