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The information provided on this site is not legal advice but general information on issues commonly encountered when dealing with immigration and other legal matters. Pro-Visas Immigration Solicitors is not affiliated with any government (including the United Kingdom Government), We are a private Solicitors firm who are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Pro-Visas Immigration Solicitors provide legal advice and services and opinions or recommendations to its users about their possible legal rights, legal remedies, legal defenses, legal options or legal strategies. Legal fees do not include application or Government fees that may be charged by the United Kingdom Border Agency or by any other agency or part of the United Kingdom Government. Immigration Applications forms and other legal application forms are available for free from official Government sources

Probate

What is Probate?

When a person dies somebody has to deal with their estate (money property and possessions left) by collecting in all the money, paying any debts and distributing what is left to those people entitled to it. Probate is the court?s authority; given to a person or persons to administer a deceased person?s estate and the document issued by the Probate Service is called a Grant of Representation. This document is usually required by the asset holders as proof to show the correct person or persons have the Probate Service?s authority to administer a deceased person?s estate.

After a person has died everything that was owned is known as their estate. It can be made up of Money (Cash or money in the bank), life insurance policy, shares, property (like their home) and personal possessions such as a car or jewellery. If the deceased had debts, these must be paid out of the estate.

If a Will was made, the estate will be passed to relatives or friends according to the instructions of the will, or if no Will was made, according to the rules of intestacy.

The deceased would have appointed an executor to deal with his estate and they in turn would have to apply for a special legal authority before they can deal with the estate. This is called Probate.

At Pro-Visas & Immigration we understand the complexities of Dealing with such matters. It can be a massive stress upon an executor to deal with the whole ordeal of distributing the estate. We can take care of the whole process for you and you can be rest assured that the deceased?s instructions would carried out and the family members and loved ones would be taken care of as they wished. Our Principle Solicitor has the expertise to take care of all matters including estate administration or deed variation if required.

 

Why Choose Us?

?             Over 14 years of Probate experience

?             One to One personal service and consulting with you on what your requirements are.

?             Receive tax advice to make sure reduced inheritance tax is paid.

?             Probate is taken care of by the Principle Solicitor

How Much Will It Cost?

Depending on the complexity of the Probate our fees will vary. We are very competitive on our fees and we advise that you should contact us for a free no obligation consultation. Once we understand your needs we can give you a fixed fee of our services.

What to do next?

Please call us on 01995 606838 or simple fill in our Free Enquiry No Obligation Form at the top of this page and we will call you back quickly.

We will treat your enquiry as important and confidential and we will not pass your personal details to any third parties for marketing purposes. Pro-Visas Immigration Solicitors are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority

 

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Disclaimer:

Disclaimer: The information provided on this site is not legal advice but general information on issues commonly encountered when dealing with immigration and other legal matters. Pro-Visas Immigration Solicitors is not affiliated with any government (including the United Kingdom Government), We are a private Solicitors firm who are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Pro-Visas Immigration Solicitors provide legal advice and services and opinions or recommendations to its users about their possible legal rights, legal remedies, legal defenses, legal options or legal strategies. Legal fees do not include application or Government fees that may be charged by the United Kingdom Border Agency or by any other agency or part of the United Kingdom Government.