Making provision for your dependants after your death is one of the most important matters that you will deal with during your lifetime. Putting a Will in place will, therefore, provide you with peace of mind that your estate will be divided in accordance with your wishes when you pass away. We offer expert guidance to ensure that the legal formalities in creating and executing a valid will are adhered to.

Our personal and tailored approach takes a big picture view of your circumstances, including your family commitments, finances, and tax implications, to ensure that you receive the best advice and outcome.

Our probate offering includes advice on:
• a beneficiary’s right to information
• contesting a will
• removal of trustees and executors
• international trusts and estates disputes
• Inheritance Act claims
• breach of trust claims
• incapacity and the Court of Protection
• property claims
• costs and funding
If you would like any further assistance, then please do not hesitate to Call (0208 424 8125) or e-mail (info@gdsolicitors.london) us, and arrange for an initial consultation.

Our Fees:

Area

Fees

Grant of Probate or Letter of Administration (up to £500k)

£1250 plus VAT
Administering of Estate

£2500 plus VAT

Applying for the grant, collecting and distributing the assets

The exact cost will depend on the individual circumstances of the matter. For example, if there is one beneficiary and no property, costs will be at the lower end of the range. If there are multiple beneficiaries, a property and multiple bank accounts, costs will be at the higher end.

We will handle the full process for you. This quote is for estates where:

• There is a valid will
• There is no more than one property
• There are no more than X bank or building society accounts
• There are no other intangible assets
• There are X-X beneficiaries
• There are no disputes between beneficiaries on division of assets. If disputes arise this is likely to lead to an increase in costs
• There is no inheritance tax payable and the executors do not need to submit a full account to HMRC
• There are no claims made against the estate

Wills and Probate