Helping you through the difficult Probate process
“Probate” is the process of collecting in and distributing the assets of someone who has passed away in accordance with their wishes with the authority of the Court. At a difficult time for you and your family we will be here to guide you through the process and provide you with the support and reassurance you need.
We offer practical assistance and solutions ensuring the administration is dealt with efficiently. We are great listeners and we really understand your situation.
No jargon. No hidden fees. Law, Fair + Square.
Legal Directory LEGAL 500 (2021 Edition) has this to say about our Wills & Probate Team
The private client team at LCF Law is led by Neil Shaw and has expertise in Court of Protection applications and handles lasting powers of attorney issues. The practice also acts for clients with learning disabilities and works closely with Mencap and Cerebra to advise on the appropriate trusts, power of attorney issues and documentation. The team further assists charities and is a member of the Cancer Research will writing scheme, providing free wills to supporters of the charity.
“The Private Client and Corporate teams offer excellent advice with a high level of technical competence. Advice delivered to clients with a “plain English” approach, and quick turnaround times.”
“Mark Jones and Neil Shaw in the Private Client team are technically excellent and also provide excellent advice and service to clients.”
“I have dealt with LCF Law for years and have always found them to be a very professional practice. I’ve dealt with different people in the firm and found the service fees and professionals to be consistent. I have been comfortable taking my clients to see all members of staff within the firm including at partner level and always felt well looked after and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend their services.”
Obtaining grant of Probate, Assisting in the administration of an estate following death, Assessing an estate for inheritance tax, Distributing an estate in accordance with the Will or the rules of intestacy (if no Will)