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Our Fees

We offer a fixed fee for applications for Grant of Probate.

The Grant of Probate service includes the completion and submission of the relevant forms for the grant of probate. The price below details what is included and what limitations there are for this service.

The below prices do not include VAT or disbursements.

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Every case is different, to get a bespoke estimate contact us today and we can discuss the specifics of yours.

Call: 01633 386026


We only offer this service for non-taxable estates.
For additional information on Inheritance Tax please visit the website:

The fee is based upon written confirmation of all assets and debts being provided to us by the client. It does not include:

Making any enquiries with any asset holder or creditor

Checking the accuracy of the information provided by the client

Collecting in assets, paying debts or distributing to entitled beneficiaries

This fee does not account for dealing with any claims made against the estate, against the validity or otherwise of a Will, or dealing with any matter preventing the issue of a Grant of Probate/Letters of Administration

Disbursements are costs related to third party services which we pay on your behalf. We have not included the following disbursements in the above prices which may be charged in addition to the above fee. We price these based on the prevailing rates:

  • Swearing Fees
  • Probate Fees
  • Will Search Fees
  • Bankruptcy Search Fees
  • Statutory Notice Fees
  • Valuation Fees
  • Accountancy Fees

Please note:

These fees do not apply where any assets of the estate are outside of the UK

These fees do not apply if the Will or distribution of the estate is contested or the executors are in dispute

These fees do not apply if there is a claim against the estate under the Inheritance (Family & Dependants) Act 1975

Meet the Team

Katie McIntyre

Partner, Solicitor
Qualified: 2016

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Our PRocess


Stage 1

Valuing the Estate

At this stage we will go through the deceased’s papers and bank statements to establish their assets and liabilities. This can be quite straightforward, however in some cases there may be multiple investments, properties, and other personal belongings to consider.

At this stage we may need to contact banks, lenders, fund managers, pension providers, the local government, the DWP, and HMRC.

Stage 2

File Inheritance Tax Forms

Regardless of whether inheritance tax must be paid inheritance tax forms must be completed. One form is used for non-taxable estates, another for taxable estates.

The Executor will complete the related forms as well as any additional schedules to establish the amount of tax payable.

Stage 3

Pay Inheritance Tax

If there is inheritance tax payable on the estate then it must be paid prior to obtaining the grant of probate. Funds can be transferred directly from one of the deceased’s accounts for this if there are sufficient funds.

Stage 4

File Probate Forms

Once we have assessed the size of the estate we will be able to complete the probate application form by applying to the Probate Registry.

The Executor’s will need to swear an oath at this stage to confirm that the details of the application are correct

Stage 5

Pay Probate Fees

At this stage we will pay the applicable probate fees on your behalf. These are fixed regardless of the size of the estate and are detailed above in the disbursements section. Once the Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration have been provided by the Court we will provide you with this so that you may distribute the assets.