Prepaid Probate Wales

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Why should you prepay you probate?

If the person who has died leaves a Will

In this case one or more ‘executors’ may be named in the Will to deal with the person’s affairs after their death.  The executor applies for a ‘Grant of Probate’ from a section of the court known as the Probate Registry.  The grant is a legal document which confirms that the executor has the authority to deal with the deceased person’s assets (property, money and possessions).

 

If the person who has died didn’t leave a Will

If there is no Will, a close relative of the deceased can apply to the Probate Registry to deal with the Estate. In this case they apply for a ‘Grant of Letters of Administration’.  If the grant is given, they are known as ‘administrators’ of the estate.  Like the Grant of Probate, the Grant of Letters of Administration is a legal document which confirms the Administrator’s authority to deal with the deceased person’s assets.

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In some cases, for example, where the person who benefits is a child, the law states that more than one person must act as the Administrator.

The Grant of Probate (or Letters of Administration) can be shown to anyone who is asked to release any money or other assets belonging to the Estate of the deceased.

The Will Associates can help guide you through the process, explaining what steps need to be taken and how the deceased person’s Estate will pass, either under the Will or under the intestacy rules.

They can help with all aspects of probate and Estate Administration and liaise with HM Revenue & Customs.  They have extensive experience in dealing with high value and foreign estates.

What is the Prepaid Probate Plan?

Plans need to be reviewed regularly.  Financial positions change over time with major lifetime events – like buying a home, getting married, having children, separation or divorce, retiring, selling a business, inheritance, or even winning the lottery. The Prepaid probate wales plan allows you to pay a fixed probate fee in advance and at today’s prices, for our future planning and Estate Administration work.  The Prepaid Probate Wales plan puts your mind at ease with a unique combination of benefits.

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What is included in the Prepaid Probate Wales Plan?

  • Identifying, gathering and valuing all assets
  • Preparing the necessary documentation for the application of the Grant of Representation
  • Applying and obtaining the appropriate Grant of Representation from the Probate Registry, including court fee
  • Corresponding with HM Revenue & Customs to complete Income Tax, Inheritance Tax and Capital Gains Tax forms where necessary
  • Identifying relevant reliefs or exemptions to the Estate before calculating any applicable tax owed
  • Liaising with the appropriate organisations, financial institutions and beneficiaries of the Estate throughout the process
  • Preparing the accounts and distributing the Estate to the beneficiaries.
  • A free standard Will

Why should I take out the Prepaid Probate Wales Plan?

We look to establish a lasting relationship with our clients so that the Will they leave is one which we ourselves have prepared and updated.  After someone has died, our Legal team can manage all aspects of the Estate Administration process, including evaluating assets, paying final bills and distributing the net proceeds to the beneficiaries named in the Will.

When you plan for the future, you think about your loved ones and what you would like to leave them after you’ve gone. By taking out the Prepaid Probate Wales Plan and putting your affairs in order today, you can ensure your family has no additional stress or worry at what will already be a very emotional time. Our Prepaid Probate Wales Plan ensures that the relevant probate services will be attended to by a qualified solicitor, nominated by The Will Associates, who will carry out a personal, efficient and professional service for your loved ones when the time comes.

  • The Pre-Paid Probate Plan is a sensible and prudent way for you to take control of your financial affairs.
  • Our fixed fees are competitively set, based on assumptions about the complexity of your Estate and guaranteed to cover the probate costs.
  • We invest a percentage of our profits into an independent Trust fund to ensure that your probate work will be undertaken by qualified specialists.
  • While many probate companies use unqualified staff, your probate work will be carried out efficiently and accurately by experienced probate solicitors.

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Your step-by-step guide is ready right now. Grab your copy today or book an appointment with one of our specialist consultants.

If you require more info please call: 07517 024979 or Email: info@willstrustsandlpaswales.co.uk .

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