Manor Clearance has been conducting probate valuations services and house clearances for over 30 years. We provide probate services for the:
- HM Treasury
- auction houses
- domestic customers.
We provide a probate valuation service and produce a legal document that is required in accordance with the Inheritance Tax Act (1984) which is required on certain occasions by HMRC. We also give advice should you decide to sell valuables, including the best venues for sale by auction house or by private treaty. As well as this, we can assist you in donating your items to a charity or social project of your choice.
We understand that this a distressing task at a difficult time. We are here to help guide you through the process. This includes written probate valuation, house clearance and removals, and advice on the best way to sell your antiques and collectibles.
We are here to help, should you need advice – just call or email.
What We Do
Probate valuation and clearance solutions.
We are experts probate valuation and house clearance, providing written valuations.
We give advice and guide you through the probate process.
Our probate and valuation service include :
- Providing a written probate valuation.
- Valuation and onward sale advice.
- House clearance
- Removals, if required
- Cleaning and property security services
- Providing a full inventory and photographic record of contents.
- Searching for important and personal documents and valuables.
Probate Valuation in London by Manor Clearance
We have been providing a Probate Valuation Service for over 20 years. Our clients range from Bona Vancantia department at The Treasury. Clerks to the Courts, Solicitors, Property Auction Houses, Estate Agents, Executors and members of the public.
It is a service we take pride in. We are experts in house contents valuation for the purpose of probate. We are always willing to give advice on Probate matters, Just call or email and we will do our utmost to help answer those questions.
We will provide a written document which is a declaration of value and the more valuable things listed separately. The value given will be an assessment of what those items might fetch on the open market (Auction etc). Not the retail price. It is for the purpose of The Inheritance Tax Act (1984) this is done in accordance with Section 160 of this act specifies it has to reflect real market values.