The decision to make a Will is one of the most important decisions you will make. Nearly 60% of adults don’t have a Will and many of these adults are parents of minor children. Making a Will is the only way to make sure that your estate is passed to the people you care about.
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is an important legal document which allows a person to appoint someone
they know and trust to make decisions on their behalf should they become incapacitated through accident or illness.
Probate is the process of dealing with the estate of someone who has died, which means paying the deceased’s
debts and distributing their assets in accordance with their Will
For many people their priority is to pass their property onto their loves ones but have you considered what would happen to your property if your spouse re-married after your death, needed long term care or re-married after your death?
When making your Will, you may want to ensure your spouse/civil partner is well-provided for but feel anxious about what would happen if his/her situation changes.
There are many reasons why including a Discretionary Trust in your Will can help your loved ones.
Protecting Disabled Children and Adults in your Will.
In this section we try to answer some of the
frequently asked questions.
We offer a personalised service and we will visit you at your home or work place at a time that suits you. We spend time talking to you about your wishes and can offer advice and guidance.
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