Probate House Clearance assistance in valuation and property clearance.
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We understand that being in control of a probate can be an emotional, stressful and confusing experience. Our goal at Clear-The-Lot is to lighten the load and make the process as smooth as possible for you and we are committed to providing sensitive support.
Our professional team at clear the lot provide a full service on probates. We can work with or for solicitors, executors, administrators and private individuals. We have many years of experience, independently valuing people’s property and homely possessions of all values. We can provide an immediate and full service from beginning to end, working closely with solicitors and private clients.
A valuation helps you ascertain an estate’s value, enabling you to compare liabilities and determine the applicable inheritance tax. Once probate has been passed we can then offer you a full house clearance service.
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Call us on 0203 323 0017 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, alternatively fill in one of our forms on our web site.
Our service includes:
Full written probate valuations
The clearance of rubbish and unwanted goods from inside the house and garden and waste always recycled wherever possible.
Property inside the home can be valued and sold, put in an auction, donated to charity or stored at place of your choice.
Houses will be left clean, tidy and secured, potentially ready to be valued in a more desirable state to sell.
We will happily guide you through the difficult process of probate from start to finish and will provide you with a written probate valuation. We provide this document, a legal necessity, for £175.00. When required, we can then provide a full house clearance service, leaving the property clean and tidy. Our staff are highly experienced in dealing with antiques / collectables and will be able to offer free advice to clients on how to achieve the best prices for items they wish to sell.
If you’d like to know more about the process involved in valuing someone’s estate for probate, the government website has more information about the requirements and processes involved: