Hastings Probate Registry Contact Details.
Please note that Hastings Probate Registry was a branch of the Court and does NOT deal with registering births deaths or marriages. Click here for Registrars of Births, Deaths and Marriages.
Hastings Probate Registry was a sub-office of Brighton Probate Registry Office. However, we understand from Brighton Probate Registry Office that Hastings Probate Registry Office is no longer open, and Hastings people will have to use Brighton. This may make handing over the work to us a real life saver. Click the link below if you would like professional help, or just a free Guide to Probate.
If you don’t want to deal with the work of Probate yourself, why not contact us on 01424 554056 and we will be happy to deal with the work probate on your behalf before you need to submit it to Brighton
Hastings Probate Registry Office at fees which are substantially lower than local banks or solicitors – or we can just help out a little bit if you want to do most of the work, we’ll do that too. Obviously, you can deal with the whole process of Probate yourself and deal with
The Hastings Probate Registry Office
If you want to contact the Hastings Probate Registry Office, you need to do so through the Brighton Probate Registry Office to make an appointment in Brighton should it be necessary.
-Hastings Probate Registry Office covers the areas of Bexhill, Rye, Cooden, New Romney, Battle, Ewehurst, Tenterden.
For professional help with probate in the East Sussex and Kent areas please do contact us for modest fees and a flexible and friendly service. One of the most experienced probate advisers lives just outside Hastings, so we are well placed to offer a service in the area. Our function is to find an adviser to offer the level of service you need, bearing in mind your wishes and the size and complexity of the estate at a modest fee. No need for a high powered firm for a simple estate – provided it is!
Hastings Probate Registry Office is part of the Probate Service
The Probate Service forms part of the Family Division of the High Court. It deals with ‘non-contentious’ probate business. This is where there is no dispute about the validity of a will or entitlement to take a grant. It issues grants of representation, which are known as either:
- Probate (when the deceased person left a valid will and an executor is acting.)
- Letters of administration with will (when a person has left a valid will but no executor is acting.)
or Letters of administration (usually when there is no valid will.)
These different types of grants of representation appoint people known as personal representatives to administer the deceased person’s estate.