Once you have made your appointment, we’ll come to your home, or you can meet us at a place of your choosing or at our offices. We will listen to your wishes, discuss your options and answer your questions. We explain everything in plain English, so you don’t have to worry about complex legal jargon.
Depending on your circumstances we might discuss :
- Mutual Wills
- Mirror Wills
- Business/Farm/Literacy Interest Wills
- Islamic Wills
- Advice on Property Abroad
- Lasting Power of Attorneys both Financial and Health (LPAs)
- Provisions of vulnerable people (both children and adult)
- Estate Planning
- General Inheritance Tax advice.
Further to these we may also discuss estate planning services such as trusts, lasting powers of attorney, equity release, probate and funeral plans.
LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEYS (LPAs)
Financial or Welfare Lasting Powers of Attorney allow an appointed person to control your affairs when it is difficult for you to do so or if mentally you are unable to do so yourself. People who make Wills know that, unfortunately, they will always come into effect eventually – after all death is one of the few certainties. We all hope however that we will retain our physical and mental abilities throughout our lives and will not need assistance, while we are alive, to look after ourselves. Unfortunately, for a large number of people, this is not the case. Disability can strike at any time and this can be very sudden, for example through a stroke or a heart attack. We can suddenly be left unable to look after our financial and legal affairs and this is where the concept of a Power of Attorney can help greatly.
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