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Court Fees

Court Fees

The controversial hefty increase in the court fees has been delayed as Brexit squeezes the life out of everything and there has been no time for it to be approved by Parliament;   the proposed increase is controversial (and very possibly illegal) as it clearly would be a massive revenue-earner (and therefore constitutes a tax);  fees are supposed to relate merely to the cost of providing the service.

Potential higher fees can be avoided by applying for Probate now at the current (very reasonable) fee level.

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