Independent valuations for probate
Applying for the legal right to deal with someone’s property, money and possessions (their ‘estate’) when they die is called ‘applying for probate’.
As part of this process, you may need the contents of the property as part of the estate to be valued.
So if you are the executor of an estate tasked with this process look no further, for All Clear has a simple and straightforward service that makes this process easy.
How does it work?
Following instruction, one of our experienced valuers will spend between 30-60 mins on site with you or a representative walking through the property together.
Please note we are not inspectors, and do not work for HMRC but are there to simply provide an independent assessment of items present.
A clear, jargon free written report with supporting photos is then produced for you within 72 hours, detailing any item that has a significant objective resale value, together with a sum total for use in calculating the estates assets and eventual liability.
What does it cost and how do I book?
We charge a one-off fee of £234.00 incl VAT for this comprehensive service.
To save you time, whilst there we can also offer you a free no-obligation quote for the clearance of the property, taking into full account all items identified in the valuation.
Uncommonly in this industry, our clients benefit from the full value of the property’s contents, helping to bring the estates cost down.
Call us today to book your contents valuation and free no obligation clearance quote.