Central Manchester office

Providing probate services across England and Wales

Experienced practitioners

Our probate practitioners are authorised by the ICAEW and have a great support team.

Hidden fees

We charge considerably less than banks and solicitors, and have no hidden fees.

Grant of Probate


We will get the Grant of Probate for you – leaving you to concentrate on other matters.

3 weeks*
*minimum time requirement
£350 (no IHT payable) / £500 (IHT payable)
(includes the court application fee, 5 copies of the Grant and VAT)

When you apply for a Grant of Probate yourself, the application fee is £215.
For an additional £135, you can have a professional firm do the work for you.

{This price is based on the current, fixed-rate fee for probate. It is subject to change, as the Government is considering introducing a sliding-scale fee dependant on the value of the estate.}

Full Probate Service


You remain the executor of the Will and appoint us as your representative.



From £950
(+VAT +disbursements)


Our new Probate Service for you and your clients

Get Probate is authorised by the ICAEW to carry out the reserved legal activity of non-contentious probate in England and Wales.

This is very good news for a lot of Accountants.

It has long been felt by the Accounting profession that the work involved in probate and estate administration would be handled better by Accountants than by solicitors or banks.

Accountants do sometimes assist their clients with producing information for probate, but many are concerned that they might be drifting into prohibited areas. In fact, an Accountant was recently disciplined and fined for undertaking probate activities while not authorised to do so.

However, many Accountants do not want to become authorised to do probate work for a number of very good reasons including:

•  the time and resources it takes to complete the application process
•  the necessary training, compliance and Professional Indemnity issues
•  they do not anticipate sufficient demand from their clients to make it worth while
•  a potential negative reaction from local solicitor firms who refer clients to them
•  it doesn’t fit in with their current business strategy.

We have the ideal solution for you

Get Probate have the necessary probate accreditation, so you don’t need it.

By working together, we would ask you to deal with the tax matters. You would charge your client a fee for this work and would be able to ensure that your client’s tax planning strategy can be carried out in the way you and they intended – without the intervention of a solicitor / bank.

We strongly believe that we can provide a better alternative to solicitors, banks and unregulated self-proclaimed ‘probate experts’, and at a considerably lower cost.

We want to work with you to provide the best possible service for your clients, at the best possible price.

Geographic coverage

Our probate service covers the whole of England and Wales as the process is done remotely using emails and a Client Portal (as with our liquidation processes).

Find out more about the probate process and take a look at this useful checklist from the Gazette  designed to help guide anyone through the probate process in England and Wales.

A Guide To The Forms Required For Probate

A Guide To The Forms Required For Probate


From PA1 to IHT423, we are going to take a look at the forms and paperwork you’re required to send off when applying for a Grant of Probate.

Could You Reduce IHT With a ‘Deed of Variation’?

Could You Reduce IHT With a ‘Deed of Variation’?


There are ways to avoid the taxman even after the person is deceased, with a deed of variation (DOV)...