The Ministry of Justice is consulting on increasing Court Fees including the cost of applying for probate – see https://consult.justice.gov.uk/digital-communications/court-fees-proposals-for-reform/consult_view.
About Gill Steel
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Gill is a compelling seminar and conference speaker both in house and at public events with a strong gift for making Wills, Probate, Trusts and Tax practical, engaging, authoritative and informative. For Private Client Practitioners & Team Leaders Gill offers off-the-shelf & bespoke training for individuals, organisations and local and national professional bodies.
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Most firms conducting probate work continue to be busy despite the recession although converting enquiries into confirmed cases is increasingly challenging as personal representatives look keenly at prices and levels of service. What follows represents recent additional challenges in this area:
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Gill's course notes are easy to use and understand and act as reference material for us in the officeRachel Brooks, Head of Private Client, Blake Lapthorn
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Gill's clarity of thought and understanding of the increasingly complex areas of tax and private client law mean that her lectures are a must each seasonLee Young, Partner & Head of Private Client, Frettens LLP and former Chair STEP Bournemouth Branch