Wills, Probate and Power Of Attorney
Having a valid Will in place ensures your estate is dealt with as you wish when you have passed. This includes making provision for those you care about as well as circumstances where you may wish to exclude someone.
When you have suffered a bereavement, dealing with the estate of a loved one can be a distressing and daunting task. Whilst it is a mark of respect to have been appointed as an Executor of someone’s estate, it brings with it a great deal of responsibility and a risk of personal financial liability if problems arise.
Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney allows an individual the opportunity to name one or more people as who they would like to be responsible for making important decisions should the individual themselves become incapable to do so due to poor health or mental illness.
Our team deals with all forms of disputes relating to Wills, Estates, Trusts and also Court of Protection issues. In doing so, we act for a wide variety of people including private individuals, executors, administrators and trustees.