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The Probate Department Ltd

The Probate Department Ltd

Category: Solicitors, Lawyers and Legal Advisors | show me more

Address: 2 The Triangle
East Sussex
BN20 9PJ

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 inheritance tax, power of attorney, trust, will writing, will writing services, last will and testament, Deeds of Variation, lifetime trusts, probate, probate advice, probate office, probate service, probate solicitor, wills, wills and probate

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We work by phone and post - no form filling, no intrusive home visits, no time off work. We talk you through it all at a time to suit you, 6 days a week. Asset Protection Wills a speciality, as are Lasting Powers of Attorney and Advance Medical Directives. We also offer an ONGOING service, aptly called the Peace of Mind Service. Probate help is also available

Legal Planning update Last Wills and Powers of Attorney need regular review in the light of changing circumstances:* Tax Changes* Changes in the Law* Changes in your personal circumstances and those of your beneficiariesMore information at and

Specialist Services Service throughout England and Wales, and our Professional Maintenance Service to help remembers keep their affairs in order. We are authors of Inheritance Tax Secrets and also of Asset Protection Secrets as well as Legal and Financial Planning Secrets.

Trade Bodies / Associations Two of our staff are Regional Directors of the Society of Will Writers

What to do after someone dies.. If you haven't already watched it, here is the official Government video what to do when someone dies, how to register a death etc. It is well worth a listen before you download our Guide and Tips. For more information please see our website or Call Us on 01323 741204.

Probate Help at Fair Prices Economical help with Probate. What is Probate? Probate is the word usually used when discussing sorting out a deceased persons affairs in order to ensure that their liabilities are dealt with correctly and their remaining assets go to the right people. Probate is also known as administering the estate.
We can provide as much or as little help as you wish - why not call us now?

Wills and Trusts If you do not make a Will, then the Government have rules called the Rules of Intestacy which will decide where your assets will go. And it won't be what you would have wished in a lot of cases. And they often are not at all fair! See our site for more information at

Inheritance Tax Planning Currently, your family will typically pay 40% tax on any assets left when you die, once the Nil Rate Band of £325,000 is used up. If you are a married couple, or civil partners, then that allowance doubles if you leave everything to each other.

If you are NOT married, then it it is just the £325,000. All this assumes you are UK domiciled!

We can save most people a fortune, so why not look after your family rather than the Taxman, and contact us today?

What is the Court of Protection What is the Court of Protection? The Court is intended to provide a way of making decisions for people who are not considered mentally fit enough to make those decisions themselves. If you are mentally fit, and don't have a serious accident or illness in earlier life, you probably won't find the Court of Protection running your life until you are fairly old, and maybe not even then. Especially if you have taken precautions to avoid the potential problem.

No Last Will: What are the Rules of Intestacy? The Rules of Intestacy apply where there is no Last Will and testament which is valid in England and Wales. The Rules of Intestacy also apply where a valid Last Will and testament does not dispose of everything the person owned. Their assets (the estate) must be shared out according to the Rules of Intestacy. A person who dies without leaving a valid Last Will is called an intestate person. This is a complicated area, so please just take this as an introductory article. You may want to use the link at the foot, especially if you are looking at an estate in Northern Ireland or Scotland, where we only operate through associated firms.




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Opening Hours

Monday to Friday
09:00 to 17:00

Saturday to Sunday

Special Offers

NHS Staff Special Discount + IFAs

We have negotiated special discounts on Last Wills for NHS staff, IFAs and Accountants throughout England and Wales (only).

Expires: 12th July 2025

Payment Methods

We accept:

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