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When a person dies somebody must deal with their estate (money property and possessions left) by collecting all the money, paying any debts and distributing what is left to those people entitled to it. Probate is the court’s authority; given to a person or persons to administer a deceased person’s estate and the document issued by the Probate Service is called a Grant of Representation. We also offer help with will making, contact us now.


No matter what you may think about your wealth, it is of the utmost importance that you make a will because if you were to pass away without one certain rules set out by the government would dictate how your money, property or possessions would we allocated which could have been against your wishes.

Whatever your circumstances are, it’s important that you have a Will drafted which will ensure that your money and possessions are left to those you wanted to leave it to. It is also vital to make a Will if your circumstances have changed; such as separating from your partner or remarrying. You should keep in mind that if you had a Will in place and you re-married your old Will would be invalid and your estate would automatically go to your new partner. If you had any children, they would not be entitled to anything from your estate.

Choose us for:


  • Over 17 years of Will writing experience

  • One-to-one personal service and consulting with you on what your requirements are.

  • Receive tax advice to make sure reduced inheritance tax is paid.

  • Will is written by the principal solicitor

Depending on the complexity of the Will our fees will vary. We are very competitive on our fees and we advise that you should contact us for a free no-obligation consultation. Once we understand your needs, we can give you a fixed fee for our services.

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We understand the complexities of dealing with such matters. It can be a massive stress upon an executor to deal with the whole ordeal of distributing the estate. We can take care of the whole process for you and you can rest assured that the deceased’s instructions will be carried out and the family members and loved ones will be taken care of as they wish. Our principal solicitor has the expertise to take care of all matters including estate administration or deed variation if required.

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Please give us a call on
020 8804 3594
for all your probate and will queries and advice

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