Wills & Probate Solicitors
Everyone should make a Will and review it on a regular basis should your circumstances change like getting married, divorced or by having children. If you die without having made a Will then the law will dictate how your assets are dealt with.
Taking the simple steps of making a Will ensures that your entire estate is dealt with how you wish. We are here to help and advise and not confuse you with the legal jargon that puts some people off. We enable you to choose the person or persons who you wish to leave your assets to along with someone to administer your estate when you are no longer here. We can also advise on the potential inheritance tax implications so everything is in place.
- Inheritance Tax advice
- Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Office of care and Protection applications
- Care home fees
- Living Wills
- Succession Planning For Farmers