By making a Will you can ensure that all your wishes regarding your estate will be given full legal effect, so that your estate can be passed on to those you wish to benefit. Should you die without making a Will the state will direct who inherits your property so your friends and relatives could miss out.
You should always review your will, if your circumstances have changed. You may have subsequently married, divorced or taken on the responsibility of new dependants. The value of your estate may also have altered considerably,
We can also help where a member of your family has died.
We can advise and assist by:
- Obtaining a grant of probate or letters of administration
- Taking steps in connection with the administration and distribution of an estate
- Creating a Lasting Power of Attorney – Property or Welfare
- Registering an Enduring Power of Attorney
- Advising attorneys and deputies
- Court of protection work