Probate Services Colchester Explained by The Probate Bureau
We are a family run business and were established in 1999 after lots of people were experiencing problems with some of the traditional providers of probate estate administration services. In conjunction with our sister company TPB Financial Services, we offer bespoke legal and financial solutions, saving families money and administering estates in sometimes half the time and at half the cost of most other providers. Our friendly and professional team are always on hand to guide you through an ever-increasing complex area of legal practice. We are based in Colchestershire together with our sister company, TPB Financial Services Ltd. We offer a unique blend of bespoke legal and financial solutions to families at very difficult and stressful times. As well as offering a full , probate administration service in Colchester we also provide estate planning, inheritance tax advice and the drafting of Wills, Trusts and Lasting Powers of Attorney. The Probate Bureau Ethos. Our ethos is to save families time, money and stress. We shoulder the whole burden of winding up an estate from paying the funeral director to getting final Inland Revenue clearance and offer the best service at a fair and reasonable fixed fee. Our highly efficient and qualified team is led by our in-house lawyer and if there are no complications we administer many estates within 6 months. We offer a free, no obligation meeting in your home and we will answer any concerns and questions you have at this difficult time. Our consultants aren't paid commission, and we don't pay or receive any commission from other businesses. This means you are safe in the knowledge we will do the best for you and your family. We are the longest running specialist estate administration firm in the UK and are recommended by over 1000 independent funeral directors. We are well respected and highly trusted in the industry and this means we have been able to secure professional discounts which we then pass onto our customer's, resulting in more money being retained within a family and estate.