Full Estate Administration Probate & Grant of Service Probate
Solicitors based in Crownhill Plymouth
If a loved one has died, the thought of sorting out their financial affairs and estate can be a daunting prospect. We appreciate this is a difficult time and if you are dealing with a loved one’s estate or you are acting as an executor or administrator, we can help. Not only will we make the experience as stress-free as possible, our experienced estates and probate solicitors will also ensure that everything is dealt with correctly and efficiently.
We can assist you with the following areas of probate & estate administration;
- Obtaining Grants of Probate (if there is a Will), or Grant of Letters of Administration (if there is no Will)
- Calculating the value of the Estate
- Post-death arrangements to reduce Inheritance tax
- Completing Inheritance Tax forms
- Preparing Estate Accounts for approval and paying the final balance to the Beneficiaries.
As Probate Solicitors based in Plymouth, we are experienced in dealing with all aspects of estate administration and inheritance, including dealing with inheritance taxation and foreign estates. Evans Harvey Solicitors always aim to make what can be quite a complex process as simple and straightforward as possible for our clients. We’ll explain everything to you in clear, jargon-free language, so you know precisely what is happening during the process of Probate and the Estate Administration.
Probate: Full Estate Administration
Probate and the administration of an estate takes time and executors have considerable responsibilities: duties are owed to creditors of the deceased, there is tax to be paid, and beneficiaries need to be satisfied that the estate has been dealt with correctly. Evans Harvey Solicitors have a team dedicated to Probate and have a vast experience of the administration of estates of every size and complexity. >> Read More
Probate: Grant of Probate and Grant of Letters of Administration
When someone dies with a valid Will in place, the Will should name one or more Executors who may need a Grant of Probate before they can administer the Estate. If there was no legally valid Will, the deceased did not select someone to administer the Estate. In these circumstances it might be necessary to obtain a Grant of Letters of Administration >> Read More