Wills, Probate & Lasting Powers of Attorney

If you die without executing a Will, your Estate will be distributed in accordance with the law, not your wishes. A carefully considered, well drafted and properly executed Will provides you with the peace of mind that your Estate will pass as you intend. This also guarantees that your loved ones are provided for, whilst ensuring that your Estate attracts the minimum amount of Inheritance Tax liability.

Our team offers advice in respect of:

  • Reviewing existing Wills
  • Preparing new Wills
  • Preparing Life Interest Wills
  • Preparing Home Protection Wills
  • Preparing Discretionary Trust Wills
  • Living Wills

By executing a Living Will, you can detail your wishes relating to the nature and extent of any medical treatment to be provided to you with a view to ensuring that your wishes are followed.

Our team offers advice in respect of preparing Living Wills.

Lasting Powers of Attorney

There may come a time when you become incapable of making decisions regarding your health, welfare, property and financial matters. It makes sense, whilst you remain in good health, to appoint a person that you trust to make these decisions for you.

There are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney available:

  • Health & Welfare
  • Property and Finance
  • Our team offers advice in respect of preparing, executing and registering Lasting Powers of Attorney.


When a loved one dies, the legal responsibilities facing their families can seem overwhelming at what is a very sad and difficult time for all involved.

Our team can assist you with general advice, support in applying for a Grant of Representation or can offer you a full estate administration service.

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