Bereavement & Probate
At Quick Purchase we understand how hard it can be when you lose someone close to you. It’s a tough for you and everyone they knew and most of the time it’s easier to bury your head in the sand. That way, you don’t not have to worry, about dealing with there estate (money, property and possessions) as this is the last thing you will want to do. Unfortunately because there is tax generally involved, you have to either, go through the Probate Procedure yourself or you will have to employ a probate solicitor to handle this for you.
The probate procedure can be quiet a length and unpleasant time for a lot of people especially if there are a few beneficiaries involved.
You don’t have to worry because at Quick Purchase we can help. We will be able to recommend a legal representative to help you through this traumatic time and when it comes to selling the probate property we can help take the strain and finalise matters quickly. You may choose to try and sell the probate property the conventional way but this could take years to finalise and also to finalise the estate, which is the last thing you want because you have so many things to deal with. Friends and family will need your full attention in this traumatic time, leaving you no time or the desire to handle the legal and financial aspects of selling a property.
Quick Purchase has the facility to complete a probate sale as quick or as slow as you require with our quick sale option. We will work to a time scale that suits you and keep you and any other beneficiaries up to date in what is going on. There is no longer the need for you to worry or stress about trying to sell the probate property, because Quick Purchase will handle this for you and at no expense. The only upfront fee is a valuation fee but, this is refunded upon completion of the sale. Everything is dealt with quickly and in the strictest of confidence.