If you’re dealing with the possessions or assets of a family member or friend who’s died (as an Executor of their will or as their Estate Administrator), you might need to obtain a Grant of Probate or Letter of Administration.
Dealing with probate is complex and involves dealing with HMRC and the Probate Registry. It can prove a frustrating and lengthy process at a difficult time.
We offer a flexible probate service for those who need a hand with the administration of part or all of a loved one’s estate.
Our team of probate specialists in London have a track record of helping people nationwide manage estates of friends and family who’ve passed away.
We’ll try and make the process as easy as possible for you. We’ll respect your individual circumstances and treat you professionally and sensitively.
We’ll give you a price based on what you ask us to do and that won’t change. We charge per task, rather than on the size or complexity of the probate task. We’re happy to take our fee from the proceeds of the estate.
Our London probate professionals can visit you at home, wherever you live in the UK. Appointments are available every day, including evening and weekends.
ProbateLondon.co.uk is operated by IWC Estate Planning & Management Ltd. who’ve been providing probate services in the UK since 2002.
We’re the number one ranked probate firm on UK review site FreeIndex.
Our London-based team of probate advisors are available right now. With many years experience between them, they’ve dealt with all sorts of probate requests, so will be well placed to help with your case.
Give us a call on 020 8017 1029 to discuss your options or to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experts – we can even come and visit you at home. We’re available until 10pm every night, or you can send us a message online.
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