Medical form with stethoscope


Helping you understand your next steps

Following a bereavement, there are a number of tasks to be considered and completed. We appreciate there's a lot to take on board. So we have created a practical guide to help you understand what needs to be done. You can download this here 

  1. Getting a medical certificate

  2. Registering the death

  3. When the coroner is involved

  4. Dealing with the Will

  5. Locating important papers

  6. Arranging the funeral

  7. Estate administration

All of these  steps are included  in the booklet for you to download.

Information is provided by our business partners

Kings Court Trust

headline titles of different aspects of estate administration


Always Prepared

Jacobsen Black Estates is committed to getting the job done, especially when it comes to this service. You can count on us to be professional, timely, efficient and make sure you’re satisfied every step of the way.

Case Analysis
Four solutions for the probate and estate administration process

Option one:

Grant only

Obtain the Grant of Probate

Fee of £950
including VAT

excluding Probate Fee

Option three:

Grant, Trust and property solutions

Obtain the Grant of Probate and one of the following

  1. Grant and transfer of property

  2. Grant and Trust of property

  3. Grant and Nil Rate Band Discretionary Trust

Fee of £1,950

including VAT

excluding Probate Fee

Option two:

Grant and assets

Obtain the Grant of Probate and collect in and distribute up to three assets, or transfer them to up to two beneficiaries. An asset does not include property

Fee of £1,450
including VAT

excluding Probate Fee

Option four:

full estate administration

We will complete the full process of estate administration taking on the legal and financial responsibility to do this. From dealing with all assets (such as property, shares and personal possessions) paying debts, paying any inheritance Tax and income Tax and transferring inheritance to the beneficiaries of the estate.

Fee from  £2,200

excluding VAT

excluding Probate Fee