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Caring Probate Support when your Family Needs it most

When you have suffered a bereavement and are looking for assistance and direction to administer a deceased's estate, our fixed fee probate service strives to lighten the burden at your time of loss.

Premier Solicitors cares and wants to support you by progressing the administration of the estate, following the death of a friend or family member, in a fair and timely manner to maintain low costs and high client satisfaction.

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Dealing with someone's affairs when they die can be complicated and confusing. Perhaps you have handled probate before and are looking for a professional law firm to carry out probate services on your behalf? Maybe this is your first time dealing with the estate of a loved one, and you need some advice on what you are required to do. Our specialist Probate Team is sensitive, sincere and sympathetic to all those who need our help during very difficult and trying times.

At a time of high emotion and uncertainty about future finances, our fixed fee probate service will help you notify and work with banks, building societies and other organisations' requests for Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration in order to release the funds held and provide the Probate Registry with the statutory information they require you to provide.

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Probate support Bedford

Clear pricing certainty at a time of financial uncertainty. Premier Solicitors' specialist Probate Team is sensitive, sincere and sympathetic to all those who need our help with clear pricing during very difficult and trying times. Call us for a clear price probate quotation now

Premier Solicitors offer a range of great value probate legal services:

Sapphire Hudson - Premier SolicitorsSapphire Hudson - Paralegal

Sapphire started at Premier Solicitors in 2016 as an apprentice within the Private Client Department. Since completing her apprenticeship, Sapphire has worked her way up to Paralegal specialising in both Court of Protection and Private Client.

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Premier Solicitors' Probate Team are available on the phone and available to meet in person if you wish. Once you have instructed us to work with you, we will ensure that your case is managed by one member of our specialist Probate Team - so this means one point of contact and none of the impersonal treatment that comes from a legal services provider that operates from a call centre.

What is Probate?…

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 Registry is called a Grant of Representation. This document is usually required by the asset holders (such as banks) as proof to show the correct person or persons have the Probate Registry's authority to administer a deceased person's estate.

Who are Executors and, what are their responsibilities?…

An executor is a person the deceased wished to deal with the administration of their estate after their death. It is your Executor's responsibility to:

  • Determine what property and other assets you owned, as well as your liabilities.
  • Arrange for current valuations of your personal possessions, property, investments, any pension or insurance entitlements due and also any debts and bills.
  • Arrange for the payment of your funeral.
  • Establish Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax liabilities and complete the necessary tax returns to submit to the Revenue.
  • Complete and submit the necessary Probate Registry forms.
  • Arrange the clearance and sale of any property.
  • Collect assets and pay any debts.
  • Arrange for the distribution of legacies and gifts to your beneficiaries.
  • Compile detailed accounts to give to the main beneficiaries.
  • In the case of minor children being beneficiaries, then your Executor may act as Trustee for ongoing trusts, to hold their monies until they reach 18.

Your choice of Executors and/or the Solicitors they instruct can determine how quickly and efficiently the administration of the estate is progressed.

What is an estate?…

Someone's estate is everything that they own; all of their assets (whether real property or personal property) and their liabilities.

How can we help?

Through our fixed fee probate service, Premier Solicitors can assist in how the administration of an estate is progressed, and can progress matters on a timely basis, in order to maintain low costs and high client satisfaction.

Avoid unnecessary large legal fees!

Our rates are so competitive that we carry out work for many other Solicitors, Will Writing & Probate Companies and High Street Banks for a number of reasons, including: they may not deal with Probate work (for example Commercial-only firms of Solicitors or Will Writing only-companies); they may not have the expertise to deal with the more complicated cases; they may not be able to cope with large volumes of work; or we may simply be cheaper than their advertised cost!

Call us today on 01234 35 80 80 to speak to a member of our qualified Probate Team or arrange an appointment to meet us in our offices in Bedford.

 
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