- Disputed Wills and estates
- Powers of Attorney
We pride ourselves as a team on providing good, clear and impartial advice in a professional and sympathetic manner during what can be a difficult time.
Writing a Will should not be left to old age; if you want your assets to go to people and/or charities that you want it to then you must make a Will.
“Probate” is the term generally used to mean the administration of someone’s estate after he or she has died and distributing the estate in accordance with the terms of the Will or the laws of intestacy. If someone dies without making a Will, they are said to have died intestate. In this instance, after funeral costs and debts are paid, the law dictates who will receive your estate.
Our Probate department are able to offer full assistance to clients wishing to appoint Powers of Attorney or Attorneys with immediate effect or in preparation for the event of loss of mental or physical capacity.
We can also advise on setting up a Trust to protect your assets.
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