The government is set to introduce a tiered structure for probate fees as high as £20,000, based on the value of the deceased's estate, and is investigating whether life insurance policies in trust should be brought forward to pay fees.
Currently all estates over £5,000 pay a flat fee of £215 - or £155 through a solictor - but this will now be replaced by a sliding scale of fees ranging from £300 to £20,000, depending on the value of...
Investment in unregulated scheme
From 6 April 2020
Investors lost £3m
Following M&G suspension
No change in the 'near term'
UK goes to the polls on 12 December
Over the course of this week Professional Adviser has revealed the majority of the shortlists for our 2020 PA Awards, the winners of which will be announced at a black-tie dinner in February.
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