No one wants to think about dying but making a will is an important part of life.
If you die without making a will your assets may not go to the people you wish. This can be particularly significant in the case of unmarried or remarried couples.
And if young children are involved, your will should also confirm who you wish to look after them.
We can provide you with a comprehensive will at a fixed price. You will receive expert advice and, in our experience, the simple act of talking through all the options, will help clarify your wishes.
Power of Attorney
But what happens if you, or a loved one, become ill or incapable of managing your affairs?
Many people do not realise that, even if you and your partner have joint bank accounts or own your property jointly, the other may not be able to access that bank account or sell or manage the property, should one of you become mentally incapacitated,
We can provide you with a Power of Attorney which gives the people you trust the power to manage your affairs should you become physically or mentally incapable.
It is a very difficult time dealing with your loved one’s affairs after they have passed away. The process can be time-consuming and often complicated and especially difficult at the time when you are grieving their loss.
We can assist you to obtain administration of their estate and then the distribution of their assets, including the selling of properties and shares where necessary.
Please contact us to see how our services can give you peace of mind.