A Digital Death

The internet has grown fast over the past two decades – nearly as fast as those pesky Pokémon pop up – and unsurprisingly the law has struggled to keep pace with all the challenges this creates. In the pre-internet age, … Find out more »


Increase in Probate Fees

With all the news surrounding Brexit you may have not read that the government is proposing a new tiered system of probate fees in England and Wales, based on the value of the deceased’s estate, rather than the current flat … Find out more »

About us

The Probate Practice provides you with the expertise of Chartered Accountants (being part of the Nyman Libson Paul group) and is suitable for people who want expert advisors to handle the complete administration of an Estate.

Why use us rather than a solicitor or a bank?

Probate is mostly a numerical exercise.  At Probate Practice we have the knowledge and expertise to handle the complex accountancy matters of the deceased’s assets (property, possessions, personal funds, stocks and shares etc) and liabilities (debts) on death, solicitors may not be comfortable with the financial intricacies surrounding Probate leading to added stress and cost.

We are cost effective

Our expert knowledge of taxation means we aim to minimise Estate’s liability as much as possible. We also have extensive experience negotiating valuations with HMRC which can result in lower tax liabilities.

We are practical and fast

We can reduce the probate time from 6 months to 3 months. We are qualified to deal with all aspects of Probate and work as quickly as possible in order for Probate to be granted.

We are accredited by the Institute of Chartered Accountants to offer probate services under firm number C004104201.

The steps involved in probate. 

Probate FAQs.

Glossary of Probate terms,