Fixed-Fee Probate

Enjoy lower cost probate and sound advice from Final Duties, the UK’s most experienced probate brokers. We assess your estate and select the best probate solicitors to give as much, or as little support as you need.

Unique and safe Probate services

Guaranteed Fixed Fee Probate

Our Probate and Estate Administration fees are agreed up front before any work takes place, so you always know exactly what you are going to pay. And if you decide you need additional services, we will quote you first.

Probate and Full Administration

Our unique Probate service has been featured in national newspapers and Which? Money Magazine. Our services are designed to ensure that you save money and get top quality advice from a leading specialist law firm.

Choose the service that suits you

Final Duties offer services from Probate only to full estate administration and other related services. We can either just do the paperwork, or we can handle everything for you. You decide how much assistance you need.

Qualified and Regulated Solicitors

Unlike some probate providers, Final Duties only use qualified and regulated estate administration specialist solicitors for our Probate services. You enjoy the security of a specialist Probate solicitor at a fair, fixed cost.

Probate Only

The Solicitor will complete and submit the relevant paperwork. Once they have obtained the grant of probate they will send it to you, to administer and distribute yourself.


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How it Works

1 Get a Probate quote

It only takes 10 – 15 minutes with one of our expert probate advisors to receive your free no-obligation fixed fee Probate Quote. This is done over the telephone, so you will be left in peace to decide to consider our quotation and whether to proceed. Customers tell us that our service and competitive price sell itself.

2 Instruct your solicitor

As soon as you accept the guaranteed fixed fee Probate quote, your qualified and regulated solicitor will be instructed and will call you to get things started on the same day.

Your Solicitor will complete the relevant Probate and Inheritance Tax applications and submit them to the Probate Registry on your behalf.

3 Receive your Grant of Probate

Once your solicitor has obtained the Grant of Probate, they will send it to you so you can complete the estate administration and distribution yourself.

Full Administration

The solicitor will take care of all of the paperwork and correspondence with relevant institutions, probate office and HMRC and will distribute the Estate proceeds for you.

A low cost, tailored to the individual estate

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How it Works

1 Get a Probate quote

For our full estate administration service, our Probate experts take comprehensive details of the estate at the outset, so that we can provide a fixed fee written Probate quotation that is guaranteed not to increase, unless the details of the estate change. It should only take 10-15 minutes with one of our expert Probate advisors to receive your fixed-fee probate Quotation

2 Instruct your solicitor

Once you accept your fixed fee Probate quote, your qualified and regulated solicitor will be instructed straight away. There’s no up front cost for our Full Administration service and your selected solicitor will call you on the same day, to get things started.

3 Your solicitor will administer the estate for you

Your solicitor will carry out the complete administration of the estate on your behalf. You will be given a designated case handler who will keep you regularly updated with the progress of the estate administration via email or phone.

4 Your solicitor will distribute the estate for you

Once Probate has been granted and the estate has been settled your solicitor will distribute the estate to the beneficiaries and provide you with a full set of estate accounts so you can see exactly what was in the estate and how it was distributed.

What’s included?

Our fixed fee quotation will include a 24 point schedule for our low-cost Probate and full estate administration service. This schedule sets out exactly what service you will receive and a breakdown of all other charges and potential disbursements that we identify in our initial fact-finding process.

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We can help with every detail

We can help you with every aspect of administering the estate. Very few Probate providers are able to offer such a wide range of ancillary services and these can save you time, money and worry at a difficult time. Our Probate specialist will point out which additional services may be applicable to your circumstances.

About Us

The UK’s first Probate broker, Final Duties has been supplying fixed fee Probate services since it was established in 2007. We have so far saved our customers in excess of £2 million.

The service was founded by one of our partners following the death of his father. After being confronted with an endless list of possible legal fees with no commitment on a price, by a solicitor named as an Executor, he identified a need for simple transparent pricing and clear advice.

How we select our solicitors

As UK’s first Probate broker, it is important to us that our customers receive the best service and we therefore require high standards of the solicitors we select onto our panel.

Unlike some Probate providers, Final Duties only engage fully qualified and regulated estate administration specialist solicitors for our Probate services. You can be assured of a professional service for your peace of mind.

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