Wills & Probate Grants

Our Wills & Probate solicitors can advise you on all aspects of wills and probate law including wills and probate grants.

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Expert Wills, Probate & Grant Services from Wildings Solicitors

Planning for the future doesn’t have to be daunting. At Wildings Solicitors, we help you navigate the complexities of Wills, Probate, and Grant procedures with clarity and compassion. Whether you’re creating a Will to safeguard your loved ones or navigating the legal process after a loss, our experienced team offers tailored guidance and unwavering support every step of the way.

Wills & Estate Planning:

  • Crafting personalized Wills: We ensure your wishes are accurately reflected, considering your unique assets,beneficiaries, and family dynamics.
  • Tax planning strategies: We advise on minimizing inheritance tax liabilities and maximizing wealth transfer efficiency.
  • Guardianship arrangements: We safeguard the well-being of vulnerable beneficiaries, particularly minors,through carefully chosen guardians.
  • Living Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney: We help you prepare for unforeseen circumstances, ensuring your wishes regarding medical care and financial decisions are respected.

Probate & Grant Assistance

  • Efficiently handling the probate process: We guide you through the legal formalities, minimizing stress and ensuring timely completion.
  • Gathering and valuing assets: We assist in identifying and valuing the deceased’s estate, ensuring accurate calculations and smooth administration.
  • Obtaining Grant of Representation: We handle all necessary paperwork and liaise with the Probate Registry to secure the legal authority to manage the estate.
  • Distributing the estate: We ensure beneficiaries receive their rightful inheritance according to the Will or intestacy rules.
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Why Choose Wildings Solicitors?

  • Trusted Expertise: Our team boasts extensive experience in Wills, Probate, and Grant procedures, guaranteeing your case is handled with precision and sensitivity.
  • Client-Centric Approach: We prioritize your needs and preferences, providing personalized guidance and clear communication throughout the process.
  • Compassionate Support: We understand the emotional challenges of dealing with loss, offering empathetic guidance and practical assistance during this difficult time.
  • Cost-Effective Solutions: We offer transparent fee structures and work diligently to minimize legal expenses while achieving optimal outcomes.
  • Nationwide Coverage: We serve clients across the UK, providing consistent expertise and unwavering support wherever you are located.

Types of Grants

If your estate is more than £15,000.00, a Grant of Probate or Letter of Administration from the Probate Court is normally needed in order in order to retrieve the assets due to the Estate. Grants give authority to the personal representatives (i.e. Executor Administrators) to administer the Estate of the deceased. For more information, speak to an expert probate solicitor today.


Grants of Probate – This is required if you are named an Executor in the deceased’s Will.

Grant of Letters of Administration – This is required if a person dies without making a Will. This process is a little more complicated as the Administration of the Estate Act 1925 sets out who can act as the Administrator.

Grant of Letters of Administration with Will – This is required when the deceased made a Will but there is no Executor named or available.

Contact our Probate Solicitors team for a initial consultation today. Freephone 0330 333 8797, request a callback or email us at info@wildings-solicitors.co.uk.

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The Court Process

There is an obligation on the personal representatives of the Estate to make the fullest enquiries to find the extent of the assets and liabilities in the Estate. This can be a lengthy of process as many organisations may be involved, for example: banks, Building Societies, Insurance Societies, Stockbrokers, Estate Agents and HM Revenue and Customs.

It is also a requirement to complete HM preliminary customs accounts setting out all the assets and liabilities of the Estate.

In cases where this is a known tax liability a summary document completed by the Revenue can require the personal representatives to provide full details within 35 days of submission of the account.

The Personal Representative must swear an Oath to the Probate Court stating the value of the gross and net estate of the deceased and swear that they will administer the Estate according to the Law or under the terms of the Will.

The Oath and the HM Revenue and Customs account must be lodged at the Probate Court. Once they accept the papers they will issue a Grant. We normally expect the Grant to be issued within 3 to 4 weeks of the Probate Court receiving the documentation.


Looking for Wills & Probate Solicitor?

Wildings Solicitors are a modern, forward looking law firm with a strong combination of skills and resources offering an extensive range of services to individuals and business clients.

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Our Mission

To achieve the best possible outcome for our clients by delivering quality legal services.

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To continue to develop our reputation for trustworthiness, respect for individuals, families and businesses.

Questions You Might Have (FAQs)

While not mandatory, a Will ensures your wishes are respected and avoids potential family disputes. We recommend everyone consider creating a Will, regardless of age or wealth.

Intestacy laws dictate how your estate will be distributed, which may not align with your preferences. Having a Will provides control and clarity.

We’ll explain the specific steps involved in your situation, including gathering assets, valuing the estate, obtaining the Grant, and distributing inheritances.

We offer flexible payment options and work efficiently to ensure legal costs are manageable.

We’ll guide you through understanding your rights and entitlements as a beneficiary.

It is essential for us to give you right guidance, please do not delay to take the first step and contact us!

Don't Let Uncertainty Cloud Your Future

Securing your loved ones' future and navigating legal formalities after a loss shouldn't be overwhelming. Wildings Solicitors provides expert guidance and compassionate support, ensuring peace of mind during every step. Contact us today for a free initial consultation and discover how our expertise can help you plan for the future with confidence.

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