What is Probate?

If you are named as an Executor of someone's Will, you will need a legal document called a 'Grant of Probate' that gives you the right to sort out their affairs.

Saga's Probate Service has been designed to support you through the Probate process as well as help you with the practical issues when someone dies.

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To find out more and for a fixed price Probate quotation call us today quoting LSWEB.


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The Saga Probate Service offers friendly, practical advice over the phone so you'll know where to start and how to proceed. For more information, and details of Saga's fixed price Probate Service, please use the links below....

What is Probate?

If you're named as an executor of someone's Will, you’ll need a legal document called a 'Grant of Probate' that gives you the right to sort out their affairs.

Proof of Probate is often required when dealing with banks and other financial institutions, local authorities, tax and pensions,  insurance and estate agents, if selling a property. In most cases, the relevant institution will need to see the Grant of Probate before transferring control of the assets.

Once we understand your needs we can advise which Probate service is best suited to you, Grant of Probate or Full Administration. Probate can be a lengthy process, depending on the size, value and complexity of someone's Estate but it is much easier if that person has made a Will. 

If there isn't a Will, then sorting out someone's affairs can become much more complicated, time consuming and costly.


Call us today on 0800 056 0134 to find out more about grant of Probate and for a fixed price quotation. 

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