Making a Will is not the most enjoyable task for most people but it is an extremely important one which protects your family’s future.
A properly drafted Will ensures that your property and belongings pass to those people who you want to benefit after you have gone. We can often save your loved ones a lot of tax.
Parents can appoint guardians who will have legal responsibility for looking after their children.
Our fees include storing the original or copy documents for you and making minor amendments, such as a change of name or address etc. at no further cost.
|£390 including VAT
|A pair of Wills
|£660 including VAT
Have you considered making a Lasting Power of Attorney?
A Lasting Power of Attorney is a document which allows you to appoint people you trust as your Attorneys. It allows your Attorneys to make decisions in relation to your affairs as if you were making the decision yourself. The document would come into effect when you lose mental capacity or, you no longer wish to make decisions yourself.
There are two types of Lasting Powers of Attorney, one for your Health and Welfare and the other for your Property and Financial Affairs.
The Lasting Power of Attorney can only be made when the ‘donor’ (the person making the Lasting Power of Attorney) has capacity to give instructions and retain advice given. A solicitor will assess the donor’s capacity during the appointment.
A Lasting Power of Attorney is the most cost-effective way of protecting your affairs in the future as you will never know if, or when you may lose capacity. It also ensures that you have chosen people you trust to act on your behalf and, ensures decisions would not be made by anyone else.
For further details and pricing information on Lasting Power of Attorney, click here.