Why make a Will?
A Will is an extremely important document that details exactly how you wish your estate to be distributed on your death and who you wish to deal with matters for you as your executors. Executors can be members of your family, friends or your Solicitor.
A Will is also important, if you have children, so that you can appoint Guardians to look after them in the event of your death and also Trustees to look after their finances.
A well drafted Will can also incorporate tax planning, with the potential to save you a considerable amount of money.
The absence of a Will can result in confusion and arguments, as well as additional work for your loved ones at a difficult time.
Why Choose us?
We aim to make the process as simple and inexpensive as possible, without compromising on the high quality advice that is our hallmark. During your first meeting we will be able to provide a fixed fee quote for the preparation of your Will.
We also provide:
- FREE Will Storage service to our clients.
- Home or hospital visits as required
- Advice on related issues, such as Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection deputyship applications.
Probate & Administration of Estates
We have a team of highly experienced solicitors who aim to provide you with sympathetic and efficient service and guidance at a difficult time.
Carrying a Will into effect is best done with skill and experience. We can help gather in all the assets of the estate, settle any liabilities, deal with issues such as tax and accounting which usually arise and distribute the estate to the beneficiaries.
If there is no Will at all, we can help the next of kin apply for authority to deal with the estate and provide advice about the rules of intestacy.