An individual, plain-speaking and straightforward approach to wills, trusts & probate.
WILLS, TRUSTS & PROBATE
Solicitors specialising in wills, trusts & probate
Planning for what will happen in the event of your death isn’t something that most people enjoy doing, but it can be very important in securing a comfortable future for your family and other loved ones.
There are a number of options to choose from when preparing wills and trusts and we can help you find out which is best for you. We can also help you plan for anything happening during your lifetime that means you need support, such as by putting in place lasting power of attorney agreements. These will help things go more smoothly if you are no longer able to run your own affairs.
Our team specialises in all kinds of wills and probate work. We have extensive experience of dealing with very complicated wills involving extended families, as well as more straightforward cases of estates with one beneficiary. Whatever your situation, we can help.
We take an individual, plain-speaking and straightforward approach that ensures our clients understand where they are at all times, in even the most complex of cases.
We always remember how distressing a bereavement can be, making this a stressful time when you are facing a lot of change and big decisions. Because we know the difficulties families face after a death, we always work hard for a swift resolution to any queries or disputes while treating everyone with empathy and understanding.
We offer a full range of wills, trusts and probate services. As well as helping people to deal with estates following a death, we offer a number of services to individuals during their life.
Our services include:
- Wills and lifetime planning
- Probate and administration
- Lasting powers of attorney and deputyships
- Contentious trusts and probate
- Care home planning
We can also help with:
- Dealing with estates and assets
- Inheritance tax
- Estate administration in the absence of a will (intestacy)
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