Deceased Estates (Trustee Act/Judicial Factors Act)
Executor? Reduce risk from estate creditors by placing Trustee Act 1925 notices in the UK's official paper of record.
Sometimes known as Notices to Creditors or Trustee Act notices, they are placed to minimise the liability of executors to outstanding debts for which the deceased's estate is liable.
Notices are easy to place (more details below) but if you are not a solicitor or a duly authorised representative of a London Clearing Bank then we do require a photocopy of the Grant of Probate. A mail forwarding facility is available for those Executors reluctant for their addresses to appear in print/online.
Full instructions for placing notices and a PDF template appear below. A Microsoft Word template is
Deceased estate notices for publication in the London Gazette may be submitted at lower cost by webform. For more details please contact us
If you would like to view recent notices
please see them here.