Wills And Probate

The thought of making a Will to many people is uncomfortable but it is probably the most important legal document that you will ever make, giving both you and your loved ones peace of mind to know that your affairs are in order and that your wishes are in place.

Making a Will ensures certainty for your loved ones who are likely to be experiencing a time of intense bereavement. It sets out clearly, for example, your funeral wishes and the persons whom you wish to appoint as executors to deal with the administration of your estate and to give effect to the terms of your Will after your death.

Making a Will avoids your estate from being administered according to strict statutory intestacy rules which are highly unlikely to reflect your true wishes.

Making a Will is simple. Don’t hesitate.

We can help with :

  • Wills
  • Probate
  • Estate Administration
  • Tax Planning
  • Trusts and administration
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Deputyship Applications
  • Court of Protection Matters

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