Please read the text below headed IMPORTANT NOTE prior
to performing costs calculation.
To perform a costs calculation simply insert the figures (no commas, decimal
points or pence please).
1. Enter the approximate total value of all the deceased’s
assets owned in the deceased’s sole name (ignore any mortgage or debts).
2. Click on the check box if the deceased owned land jointly
with another person.
3. Click on the check box if the deceased owned stocks and/or
4. Click on the calculate box.
This calculation is not a quotation but a guide to the
likely level of fees and disbursements for a probate in England & Wales.
Figures may vary according to the different circumstances of the given case.
However, it does not apply if the deceased died domiciled outside England
& Wales or if assets are situated abroad in which event please let us
know and then we can give a rough assessment of the likely costs in this situation.
Please specifically note the following:-
The estimate on our calculator includes the registration
of a jointly owned property in the survivor’s sole name but it does
not include the conveyancing fees for a sale.
The cost include the preparation and submitting of an Inheritance
Tax Return to the Inland Revenue where required but it does not include
dealing with past Income Tax Returns or queries or Tax Planning advice.
We only give advice of a general nature and Tax Planning is a specialist
Estimates for legal fees are given on request and are subject
to our normal terms and conditions.
There may be steps that can be taken to reduce possible
There may be additional disbursements depending on the assets.
The figure for legal fees is an approximation of our likely
fees in a straightforward case. Our fees will vary depending upon the nature
of the estate and any specific requirements.
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