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No probate matter is exactly the same, and as such our fees will reflect the particular requirements of the probate and estate administration.
As an example, to deal with the administration of an estate (which is uncontested) where the house is worth £250,000 plus two bank accounts totalling £50,000, with two beneficiaries, our typical fees would be in the region of £2,500 – £3,500 plus VAT and disbursements.
If you’d like to discuss your needs in more detail, please contact our Wills, Trust and Probate team on 0343 507 5151 or email email@example.com
Again this can vary on a number of factors which may be out of our control. We would however ordinarily be able to obtain the Grant of Probate within around 2-3 months (or sooner if financial information is provided).
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