Probate Solicitors in Warwick
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Our probate solicitors in Warwick are here to help you manage the process from start to finish, so you can focus on the grieving process. Losing a loved one is difficult enough, so we make the process of navigating probate that little bit easier.
If you have lost a loved one, you may be wondering about the next steps as you make arrangements for their estate. We help people to navigate the complex nature of probate law.
Our services cover everything from obtaining the Grant of Probate to administering the estate. We can help to identify and inform beneficiaries, transfer or sell property, arrange for debts to be settled and coordinate with banks, building societies, pension providers and utility companies.
Our Warwick probate solicitors can also assist with more complex cases, such as disputes over property, contested wills, inheritance tax, intestacy, deeds of variation and more.
How can our probate solicitors in Warwick help you?
If you have been named as a beneficiary in a loved one’s will, we can help to protect your rights and ensure you get what you are entitled to. Our team of Warwick probate solicitors are here to offer advice and support every step of the way. If you have been left out of a will and believe you should have been a beneficiary, we can also help you to contest the will.
The Pearcelegal probate team in Warwick provide a friendly and caring approach to probate law. We know that this can be an incredibly emotional time, and the process can be overwhelming and stressful. With our team on your side, you will enjoy the benefit of their extensive knowledge and experience.
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Our Warwick based team offer a sympathetic approach to probate law as we know this is a difficult time for everyone. With our knowledgeable and experienced team on your side, we can help you if you are looking for probate law services in and around Solihull, Stratford, Coventry, Birmingham, Leamington Spa and Sutton Coldfield.
Frequently asked questions
Do I have to use a solicitor for probate?
There is no legal requirement to use a solicitor, but we would always recommend seeking legal advice to ensure your rights and entitlements are respected. The process of probate can be rather complex, and we recommend moving forward with the help of expert legal advice.
Do I have to work with a probate solicitor in Warwick?
No, it is possible to choose a solicitor anywhere in the country, but many will start their search in the local area to make things easier. If you are unable to travel to Warwick for any reason, we are equipped to manage all probate cases remotely.
How long does probate take?
The time it takes to complete probate will depend entirely on the circumstances of the case. An estate can be quite complex, so the time taken to administer everything will depend on the assets, debts and beneficiaries involved. The first step is to obtain the Grant of Probate, which typically takes around 3-4 months. Next, it can take around 2-6 months to administer the estate.
How long after death do you have to apply for probate?
It is likely that you will need to apply for the grant of probate within 6 months of the death of your loved one. This is because you have a deadline to report the value of the estate to HMRC. This must be completed within 6 months.
Our specialists in Probate Warwick
- Family Law
- Child Law
- Civil Partnerships
- Cohabitation Rights & Agreements
- Pre and Postnuptial Agreements
- Wills, Trusts & Probate
- Making or Amending a Will
- Contesting a Will
- Tax Planning
- Lasting Power of Attorney
- Court of Protection
- Employment Law
- Conveyancing Solihull
- Dispute Resolution
- Personal Injury
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