How long can Probate take?

We aim to make the Probate process as easy and straight forward as possible

Probate can be a time consuming process involving individuals, organisations and government agencies.

On average, Probate can take between six to twelve months to complete. Of course, every Estate is different and may not take as long, however delays can occur for example during  property sales and obtaining valuations.

We try our very best to attain the Grant Application as quickly as possible for you to ensure that you can finalise the estate administration and attain closure for the deceased.


Talk to us about Probate

We will work with you to guide you through the administration process.

We advise you along every step to ensure that the Estate is administered in accordance with the wishes of the deceased.

Speak to our friendly team today for legal support with Probate.

Mikey Baryana

Probate Legal Advisor

Grace Walker

Probate Legal Advisor

Catherine Davies

Probate Customer Support

We can help you through the Probate Process

We can apply for a Grant of Probate on your behalf, or assist you with the administration of the estate if Probate is not required or if you prefer we can work with you to administer the whole Estate.

It is not always clear who is entitled to deal with an estate, which is where we can help establish whether a Will exists or not.

To better understand the Probate journey click here.

Natasha Jangol

Probate Legal Advisor

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Our dedicated team is always at hand to help. For any queries or more information, please fill out the form and we will call you back. Alternatively please Call us.

Our Office hours are from 9am to 5pm Monday – Friday

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Our passion is to help keep families together during one of the most difficult times a person can face.