What can you expect from the call?
The Probate Network connects you to experts who can provide you with advice on probate-related topics, including estate administration, inheritance tax, intestacy, international probate and contentious probate. You can arrange your call online and choose a time and date that works for you. When you book we will send you a pre-call checklist which will help you ensure you’re prepared to get the most from the conversation.
The Network offers a free 20-minute consultation with a Cambridge based probate solicitor who is a member of the Law Society of England and Wales. The advice you receive will be professional and impartial, helping you decide how to proceed.
What happens after the call?
A professional probate solicitor can provide you with a clearer picture of your legal position. It will be easier for you to understand if probate is necessary and what steps to take, resulting in more confidence in navigating the process. You can also ask for a probate quote, so you are aware of the associated costs if professional support is required.
Why does the Network offer this service?
The Probate Network provides free probate advice because sometimes a little initial guidance is all someone needs at a difficult time. The Network strives to simplify probate and provide accessible guidance whenever needed to make the process as simple and straightforward as possible. We appreciate that many people decide to handle the probate the process without a solicitor and we are still happy to talk to those people. What we also find is that further down the DIY probate process, legal assistance is required and when that happens, we hope that they turn to the lawyer who was kind enough to provide some initial free advice.
Info on the Probate Services Business Directory
In the probate services business directory, you can find all the services you need related to probate, not just legal services. This directory offers a convenient one-stop solution for all your probate needs, from property and financial advice to charity information and probate insurance.
Regulatory info – the person you talk to will be qualified and regulated
By contacting the Network, you’ll be able to speak with a highly experienced probate solicitor. Lawyers with expertise in this area are members of the Law Society of England and Wales and are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Our professional guidance ensures that you are in good hands. As a result, you will feel more at ease and be able to make more informed decisions about what to do next.