The Gazette launches online submission for deceased estates notices

You can now place deceased estates notices online with The Gazette. The new online form simplifies the notice placement process, making it quick and easy to use. As the UK’s official public record, your client’s notice will be easily accessible online.

Once registered, you can manage your account online and easily access previous notice submissions, as well as review those waiting for approval. When another job needs to take precedence, a notice can be saved mid-submission and completed at a later date.

Placing a deceased estates notice online will save you time and money, saving over 25% when compared with other submission routes. View The Gazette’s notice placement price list for more information. Paying online is easy, and can be made by credit card or by opening a credit account.

Placing a deceased estates notice online with The Gazette ensures due diligence for you and your client. There is also the opportunity to use a PO Box forwarding service for clients who do not want their address to be made public.

If further assistance is required, or you would like to discuss different submission options for placing notices in volume, The Gazette’s customer service team are available via telephone, email or live web chat.

Janine Eves, Business and Operations Director at The Gazette, said: "The culmination of almost 3 years of development, the new notice submission platform offers a straightforward submission route that will save you time and money when placing clients’ notices."

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