Probate Services - Administering a person's assets after their death

The Probate Practice provides expert advice to deal with all aspects of the administration of an Estate following someone’s death.

“What is Probate?”

Probate is essentially a numerical exercise, i.e a balance sheet of the deceased’s assets (property, possessions, personal funds) and liabilities (debts) on death.

As Chartered Accountants and part of the Nyman Libson Paul group of companies, The Probate Practice has extensive experience of accounts, taxation and the administration of an Estate following someone’s death. We are accredited by the Institute of Chartered Accountants to offer probate services under firm number C004104201.

The company, being specialist probate accountants, has the expertise to tie up all Probate matters quickly, efficiently and as painlessly as possible and will advise on ways to minimise the Estate’s liability to taxes as much as possible.

The Probate Practice pride themselves on acting with discretion and a sympathetic approach at all times; we will ensure you are allocated a director of the company who is an expert advisor and will oversee your case throughout the process.

The steps involved in probate. 

FAQ probate questions.

Glossary of Probate terms,

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