If you have recently lost a loved one and don’t know where to go or what to do first, we can help point you in the right direction; or take care of everything for you. Either way, we can offer you free initial advice on whether probate will be required in your circumstances and explain to you the comprehensive service you will receive from Honey.
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With a team who has over 125 years’ experience in managing the probate process, we are a highly reputable specialist in this somewhat complex legal area. Unlike many other providers, we control the whole end to end process in-house with a combination of probate and conveyancing experts. This makes our process much more efficient than those who outsource varying elements.
Suffering the loss of a loved one and having to deal with legal issues too, can simply be overwhelming for many, therefore releasing the burden of the process can give you some peace of mind. We will take away the stress and pressure of dealing with multiple organisations and form filling to ensure you can have the time with your family that you need - whilst we are keeping you updated at every stage along the way.
Working through the probate process involves a lot of bureaucracy to be completed before any beneficiaries can be paid out. That's why we believe beneficiaries should be able to gain access to a proportion of their inheritance prior to accessing the full estate funds (when the case completes). We can provide your family with a % of the inheritance in advance, unlike many other organisations.
What is Probate?
Do I need Probate?
Probate can be a highly complex area but whether it is required depends on what assets the deceased person owned and their value. It also is determined by whether they were owned in their sole name or in joint names with someone else who is still alive. Our experts will be able to walk you through the process.
Trusted by Regulators
Our team has regulatory control from the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) to give you the peace of mind that the probate case will be handled accurately, leaving you with no surprises long after the case has concluded.