Probate Legal Charges
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Our work administering the estate of a deceased will include applying for the Grant, collecting in the assets of the Estate, preparing Estate Accounts for approval by the beneficiaries and, once the accounts have been approved, distributing the cash and assets within the estate out to the beneficiaries. In order to obtain the Grant an Inland Revenue account will have to be prepared and arrangements made for the paying of any Inheritance Tax due. Many issues can arise during the course of the administration and it is impossible to predict at the outset of the administration exactly what work will be required in order to bring the administration to a successful conclusion. Accordingly, the amount of our legal charges will be worked out on the basis of the time spent. The ultimate 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/investments, costs will be at the higher end.