When a loved one dies this can be a very distressing time. Hopefully your loved one left a will, but even if not (known as dying intestate) the estate of a loved one needs to be administered and distributed. The granting of probate is the first step in the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person, resolving all claims and distributing the deceased person’s property under a will or the laws of intestacy.
We are friendly and approachable. We always respond to calls and requests for meetings without delay.
We provide fixed fee quotes so that you can budget and there are never any nasty shocks.
The preparation of tax forms and accounts is a specialism of our firm!
If you require help, assistance or guidance with probate, we are always available to talk. Call us on 01634 731390 to arrange a meeting.
As part of our Probate Licence, the Law Society require us to maintain a record of staff diversity and to publish the results which you can download.
I have been so happy with the service from Friend and Grant with tax returns and advice, and recently Jan has completed my Probate application which was a great help at a stressful time. I have no hesitation in recommending them, a very professional team.
Dr Mark Williams
Friend and Grant compiled and managed my application for probate, and I cannot recommend them highly enough. Their calm efficiency and attention to detail through a complex process took much of the stress away at a difficult time for me. I was particularly impressed and grateful for the level of personal service, marked by regular contact and updates, and for going the extra mile to ensure a timely submission of the application.
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