Category Archives: Your Probate Questions

We answer generic probate questions

Coroner Bereaved Families

Coroner: bereaved families at the heart of the system. (If you would like a copy of the “Guide to Coroner Services” please email The Probate Department Ltd.  The Ministry press release follows.) Bereaved familes will be put at the heart … Continue reading

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Separated not divorced

We are separated not divorced and my wife has died. My probate question: I wonder if you could help me my wife passed away on the 18th January – we separated 12 years ago but never divorced. My son had … Continue reading

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Is the Will valid?

Is the Will valid? Question: Is the Will valid? The name on the Will is not the full name. I wonder if you can help with this problem.  My best friend died recently, leaving no husband but a 9 year old … Continue reading

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Life Insurance Policy

Probate Question: Life Insurance Policy is only asset. A Life Insurance Policy is the only thing of value the father of my 11 year old child left when he was killed in a road accident.   We weren’t living together. The life insurance … Continue reading

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Cut Probate Costs

How To Cut Probate Costs (Contact us!) We find that our friendly and co-operative approach to dealing with an estate after death typically results in a cut probate costs / probate fees of around 75% – as well as being a great … Continue reading

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Undue Influence

Probate Questions: We are a business, so we can’t answer all probate questions free of charge, so please search the site for an answer before emailing your probate question to us.  If it is a simple question of general interest, … Continue reading

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Intestate Rules for England and Wales

If someone dies Intestate – without a Will. Thanks for your last tip re getting someone who ‘alleges’ to ownership of something, loaned to the person who has just died, supplying proof. Can you email me –as indicated in your … Continue reading

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