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The fee estimate is based on assumptions from the information you have provided. There may be other charges incurred to the government, Inland Revenue, Tax (Including Inheritance Tax). The estimate is for a simple Will and or Small Estates in regards to Executry and Confirmation works and you must make your own enquiries as to the financial implications of your instruction. We assume that you have the legal capacity and are under no duress or influence when making your choices. This is not a fixed fee. This is an estimate of the basic costs, a full written quote will be provided by our panel legal firm. Please ensure that you read through your written quote and request more information if required at this stage. As an introducer you are free to negotiate or not appoint any of our panel firms. HBC provide you with this information to you for free and with no obligation. See our terms and conditions T&C's
It is assumed in the fee estimate that you have taken your own independent advice prior to taking action, you shall also have the opportunity to discuss maters with one of our expert Scottish lawyers prior to signing any deed and that you are free of any diligence or other debt and that you have all correct documentation ready for the transaction including your Identity documentation. We have tried to provide you with an outline of some possible outlays that may be applicable (Government, Office of the Public Guardian, registration costs, VAT etc) The fee estimate above may increase if you choose to undertake more complex works or drafting, you can further add aditional services to the above online simple deeds (e.g. secured delivery and storage, extra copies of deeds, Registration in the Books of Council and Session ...). Please discuss with our panel lawyers if you have any questions prior to starting the works. A full estimate will be sent with your legal welcome letter and terms of business from your chosen legal panel law firm.