After a death, the disposal of any assets, collectively known as ‘the estate’ is usually managed by the Executors of the Will of the deceased person, or by Administrators if there is no Will.
If a property has been left in the estate, which needs to be cleared, an official valuation of the contents and the cost of clearance is required. This enables the Executors to gain a complete picture of the full value of the estate and of any implications for the Inheritance tax liability.
Our fully trained team of experts can handle the whole process smoothly and efficiently, from providing you with a Probate valuation to carrying out a full clearance once the Grant of Probate has been received.
We are experienced clearance professionals and therefore understand HMRC’s regulations relating to Probate valuations and the need to document any individual items which are worth more than £500.
As a reputable clearance company, we will provide you with a complete and detailed valuation of the contents of the property, including electronic and white goods. If we come across items which we believe may hold sentimental or personal value, we will put these to one side, for your consideration.
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Our specialist Probate service will take care of all aspects of the clearance, saving your money and time, as well as removing the burden of what can be a challenging and laborious task.
Our service is convenient for Executors or Administrators who live some distance away from the property, and who do not wish, or are unable to be present during the clearance.
We will liaise with your personal representative to collect and return keys and can also provide photographs taken before and after the clearance, giving you complete peace of mind.
Our free, no-obligation quote will provide you with a fixed price, including VAT at 20%, to cover everything which needs to be done. There are no extra charges for labour, transport or waste disposal fees.