Wills & Estate Planning
If you are considering making or changing your Will, we have long experience in this area. We can offer clear and independent advice appropriate to your situation on any issues you may have about making a Will.
Making a will is an essential part of estate planning. In the absence of a will, the state decides how your assets are divided in line with the Succession Act 1965. However, if you wish for specific people to inherit your estate, you should make a will.
We offer a confidential and sensitive service with the aim of drafting a Will that will suit your wishes and record your intentions in compliance with the law.
We encourage our clients to review their Wills on an ongoing basis and can provide up to date information on legislative and tax changes.
We can also advise you on other ways in which your affairs might be managed should the need arise, for example:-
- Advanced Health Care Directives – a written statement setting out your wishes and preference on treatments you do not want to receive in the future;
- Enduring Powers of Attorney – A legally binding document authorising someone you trust to manage your affairs in the event that you are no longer able to.
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