Wills, Probate and Powers
It’s easy to put off making a Will, creating a Lasting Power of Attorney or protecting your assets by putting a Trust in place. Nobody wants to think about a time when they may be incapacitated or what will happen when they die. Illnesses occur and accidents happen so planning for the future and exploring your options is just good sense.
If you can’t visit our offices we can arrange to visit you at your home to discuss any of these matters. Find out more about:
- Personal Lasting Powers of Attorney
- Court of protection
- Lasting Powers of Attorney for business
Planning for the future
If you know what you’d like to happen it’s really important that this is recorded in a legal document. When you are not around or incapacitated to ensure your wishes are carried out, having them clearly laid out can save family squabbles and unnecessary legal costs.
Protecting your family and your business
There are a number of ways to ensure your family don’t experience any additional emotional stress at an already difficult time. Taking action sooner, rather than later, can save a great deal of emotional trauma, conflict and costs.
Getting your affairs in order involves important decisions and you should not hurry this. Our solicitors offer fixed fees for most private client issues so you will know the costs from the outset.