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Wills form a central part of many clients’ estate planning and preparing a will is an essential undertaking so that your wishes can be carried out effectively after your death.
Our approach focuses on gaining an in-depth understanding of your situation and requirements so that we can give you the very best advice in the most convenient manner, be it face to face or electronically. Whether you want to make a will or need help in relation to wealth succession planning, setting up a trust, personal tax planning, or tax planning for your family business, we will provide specialist legal support and give you clear and appropriate advice.
Our expertise also includes wills for the elderly as well as Lasting Powers of Attorney and statutory wills where there are mental capacity issues. We are also experienced in drafting wills for members of the armed forces as well as planning for the lifetime care of a loved one with a disability.
We are also experienced in probate and estate administration and trustee and probate disputes. It is important to review your will regularly as your assets (which may include business property, residential property, valuable art works or family heirlooms and papers as well as investments and pensions), your chosen heirs and your wishes are likely to change and evolve over time.