Helping you make a Will
Delicate decisions around guardians for children, what assets to give to beneficiaries, who to name as executors, etc can be simplified when you seek help. It is far more comforting for a grieving family to know that their loved one’s wishes are being followed – we urge anyone with children or assets to seek professional advice and take this important step.
Acting as executor of a Will
If you’ve been appointed as an executor of someone’s will it can be complicated and confusing – especially at a difficult or emotional time. Our probate team can help you avoid disagreement or unpleasantness arising in families. We can help you establish the contents of the estate, use the funds to pay expenses such as funeral costs, distribute the assets and sometimes close bank accounts and file Tax Returns.
Lasting Power of Attorney
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Lasting Power of Attorney is required for someone else to make decisions about your finances, and or about your health and personal care if you are no longer able. It can help to appoint an impartial third party to act as your lasting Power of Attorney. We offer a free first meeting so please do get in contact to discuss lasting Power of Attorney for yourself or a relative or friend.
To put your mind at rest, we offer fixed fees, which also include secure storage for your will until it is needed.
Wills and Probate services we offer
- Will drafting and review
- Tax planning
- Financial provision for families
- Lasting Power of Attorney