Inheritance Tax Advisor

Inheritance tax advisor

As Chartered Accountants and wills accountants, we have extensive experience in managing accounts, taxation, wills accountants and be a probate specialist. Everyone is an estate administrator following someone’s death. We lead as the best probate specialist and tax advisor in London. Pearson McKinsey has the expertise to tie up all Probate matters quickly, efficiently and as painlessly as possible and will advise on ways to minimise the Estate’s liability to taxes as much as possible. 

What is Probate?

The process of assessing and transferring the assets of a deceased person’s estate is known as probate.

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Probate Services

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We will deal with all aspects of Probate and Estate Administration as well as:

  • Research and assess the value of the deceased’s Estate.
  • Prepare Inheritance Tax accounts.
  • Deal with Income and Capital Gains Tax liabilities of the Estate.
  • Gather assets and pay creditors.
  • Advise beneficiaries and executors of the tax implications connected with selling any assets.
  • Prepare tax returns for personal representatives
  • Provide final Estate accounts.

Our Process

Obtain a grant of probate
After Probate is granted
Accounting & final distribution
Our Fees

Our fees are based on time and determined by the complexity of work required. However, the cost is limited to 1.5% of the Estate’s gross value (2% in the case of foreign assets). This ‘fee capping’ informs you of the job’s maximum cost and provides us with an incentive to complete the work efficiently, acquire Probate, and transfer the Estate’s assets as quickly as possible.


Inheritance taxes rise so little because people who are smart enough to make enough money to be hit by inheritance taxes are smart enough to know how to avoid them. 

There are various ways to minimize property taxes legally. The best ways are exemptions. 

No, all Wills do not go through probate. Mostly, Wills do, but a Will can sometimes circumvent the entire process.