Getting The Right Support When Someone Dies
When someone dies, the thought of dealing with their estate can feel like an exhausting and overwhelming task. It can be challenging to know where to begin. To help you through the process, we have produced a free guide.
Our guide will help you make an informed choice about whether you need a probate solicitor. It explains the role of an executor, the need for a grant of probate and how to prepare for administering the estate.
If you decide that you do require further assistance, our experienced probate solicitors are here to help. You can contact us anytime to discuss which next steps are right for you.
Why Choose Timbrell Law?
Dealing with an estate can be a huge responsibility and is not a process with which many are familiar. If you decide you would like support, we can help you administer the estate with as little disruption and stress as possible.
We are experts in administering estates of all sizes whether the deceased left a Will or not. Our primary focus is to make your life easier.
We offer two levels of assistance, tailored to how much or how little of the day to day administration you wish to deal with personally.
Preparation of probate and inheritance tax papers
Submission of papers to court.
Assisting Obtaining the Grant of Representation
Liasing with HMRC about due inheritance tax
Collecting estate assets or their sale value
Paying any debts, taxes, legacies, funeral and administration expenses
Preparing and submission of estate tax return
Preparing Estate Accounts
Distributing residue to entitled beneficiaries
Complete Estate Administration
Unlike other providers, our fees are not calculated as a fixed percentage of the estate. They are based on the hourly rates of the fee earners involved in your matter and the time spent carrying out your instructions. We only have qualified solicitors working on your matter.
For further information on our pricing structure please view our pricing policy.
Still Looking For More Information?
If you need more information on Probate to decide on how to best progress, then why not read some of our Probate and Estate Administration blog posts for additional helpful insights.