Probate & Wills Law Firm in the United Kingdom

Purely Probate Solicitors

Lower Farm Offices
West Bradley

Somerset BA6 8LT
United Kingdom

Phone+44 (1458) 850-146

Law Firm Overview

Purely Probate Solicitors is a niche UK legal practice specializing in probate, wills and powers of attorney. We provide clients with an efficient and caring service for a sensible pre-agreed price.


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Articles Published by Purely Probate Solicitors

 What Do You Do if There is a Nil Rate Band Trusts in a British Will?

Nil Rate Band trusts were often included in British Wills made before October 2007. Now they are no longer needed for inheritance tax planning. This article contains advice about what you should do if you are the executor or beneficiary of a Will which contains a nil rate band trust

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 Inheritance Tax Trap

Why it is Essential to include comprehensive information when you fill in Inheritance Tax forms IHT 400 and IHT 421

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 How Do I Get UK Probate for an Australian Citizen?

If you are the executor of an Australian person who had assets in the UK you may have to get the Australian grant of probate resealed in the UK before you can access the assets. What do you do if you are the executor of an Australian who dies with assets in the UK? Unfortunately you will probably need to get the Australian probate resealed in the UK.

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 How to Get Probate in the UK for a French National

A brief explanation of how to get probate in the UK for a French person owning assets in the UK at the date of death, and what to do if it is necessary to remove an administrator appointed for the use and benefit of someone else. If a French person dies with assets in the UK the executors may have to get probate in the UK before the asset can be released.

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 How Do I Get International Probate for Someone Domiciled Outside the UK?

A short article explaining the process for the next of kin of someone who lived outside the UK to get probate in the UK. There has been a vast increase in UK born individuals emigrating, but they often keep a rainy day fund in the UK. Other people who are not UK residents have ties to the UK and have some assets here. This has led to demand for legal advice about how to get international probate and release the UK assets when someone dies domiciled outside the UK.

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 What Do You Do if Someone Dies with Assets in the UK who is Not a UK National?

Summary of the process for obtaining UK probate if a non UK resident dies dies with a bank account, shares or other assets in the UK. Non UK residents who travel regularly to the UK may have UK assets such as a bank account or shares. Unless the amount in the account is very small the banks wonít release the money in the account to the executors without UK Probate. The shares canít be sold.

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 How Much Should Probate Cost?

Should firms give a fixed fee for Probate work? If so how much should it be? A lot of solicitors still charge a percentage of the value of the estate plus an hourly rate of around £200 for Probate work. Banks charge an extraordinary 3% of the value of the estate.

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 How Do You Get UK Probate for Non UK Residents?

When a non UK resident dies owning assets in the UK it is often necessary to get Probate in the UK. This article summarises how to get it.

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 Reporting a Death - UK

This article explains the legal requirements for reporting a death.

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