10.08.16

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 »

11.07.16

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 »

Diversity Statement

The Probate Practice is firmly committed to promoting the principles of equality and diversity in all its dealings with its clients, employees, associates and job applicants.
The Probate Practice wholeheartedly supports the principles of equal opportunities and we seek to ensure that the company respects and includes everyone and that no one is treated less favourably on the grounds of gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital/civil partnership status, pregnancy/maternity, religion, religious belief, age, disability or race (which includes colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins).
The Probate Practice also recognises the benefits of a diverse workforce and is committed to providing a working environment that is free from any form of discrimination and victimisation on any grounds.
Any form of discrimination or victimisation is neither acceptable nor tolerable. The Probate Practice will treat seriously all complaints of discrimination or victimisation made by anybody and will take action where appropriate.
All employees and those who act on the Probate Practice’s behalf are required to adhere to this statement when undertaking their duties or when representing the Probate Practice in any other guise.