Wills and Probate Solicitors Pontypridd

Church Village

When a person dies, it is usually left to the named executor in the Will to deal with the persons financial affairs and estate. When suffering with the grief of losing a loved one, this can be a time consuming, stressful, thankless task. If there is no Will in place, an application to the Court is required for a Grant of Probate which is even more complicated than simply being left to deal with the affairs.

When a person dies, it is usually left to the named executor in the Will to deal with the persons financial affairs and estate. When suffering with the grief of losing a loved one, this can be a time consuming, stressful, thankless task. If there is no Will in place, an application to the Court is required for a Grant of Probate which is even more complicated than simply being left to deal with the affairs.

At ME Law, our specialised team can take this burden away from you. Let us handle all of the legal administrative duties on your behalf. We understand this is a traumatic time for you and will work with you in a friendly, sensitive, yet professional manner.

At ME Law, our specialised team can take this burden away from you. Let us handle all of the legal administrative duties on your behalf. We understand this is a traumatic time for you and will work with you in a friendly, sensitive, yet professional manner.

Contact our probate solicitors Pontypridd now to get started!

Work Type Cost
Standard/Basic Will £105.00 + VAT and disbursements (£6.00 Office Copies)
Lasting Powers of Attorney £350.00 plus vat and disbursement ( £82.00 per doc reg fees ) or remission
Mirror Wills £200.00 + VAT and disbursements (£6.00 Office Copies)
Non Standard Wills Written estimate after initial discussions
Home Visit unless Reasonable Adjustment Equality Act £50.00 + VAT (within a 15 mile radius from our offices)
Grant of Representation only £450.00 + VAT (Any non-standard matters arising would need to be discussed)
Full Estate Administration
Court of Protection work Deputy
Written estimate upon receipt of details of estate
Written Estimate upon receipt of details

Important Announcement for changes to Probate Application Fees – APRIL 2019

The Government have approved the increase of the application fees for Probate from April 2019. The new legislation will raise the estate value threshold from £5,000 to £50,000 which will exclude around 25,000 estates from probate fees altogether

Turning probate fees into a stealth tax looks like profiteering on the bereaved

Recent news that the Ministry of Justice is set to increase probate fees by as much as 9,200% in May 2017 has provoked reactions ranging from consternation to outrage. Once implemented, the change will see executors of an estate worth £600,000 being charged £4,000 for a grant of probate. Compare this to the flat fee …
Read more