The ICAEW has become an approved regulator and licensing authority for the purposes of probate activities and alternative business structures (ABSs), making it the


Hi - client passed away at the start of the week and his family are a bit worried because they've been told that solicitors tend to charge a % of the estate to handle the probate.


If you are not able to follow the suggestions in my earlier "Asset Splits" post, here is a great article on Mediation

The ICAEW and the Law Society have locked horns over the right of accountants to be licenced for probate work.


I am an accountant, I am not a practitioner, but I do, in my day job, speak to a lot of legal practices who do probate work and have a vested interest in their processes, explains


Do we have to get Probate to transfer shares in a family company upon the death of one of the shareholders?


A dies his interest in a property to B. The property was held as tenants in common 50% each.