Have questions about wills and probate? We can answer them. From Power of Attoney to contesting a will, our helpful guides will make it simple.
None of us know what the future holds but a power of attorney document can bring you and your partner peace of mind. You'll be given greater control over what happens to you, your assets, and your finances if you become incapacitated.
Every question you’ve probably ever had about Power of Attorney.
When you’re considering making a will, there are three main options available to you: write your own, use a solicitor, or employ a will-writing service.
Congratulations are in order! As new parent, your thoughts are already on providing a safe future for your baby – from family home to the world they grow up in.
And that’s why making a will now is really important.
Inheritance tax is a tax on your estate that’s paid before your loved ones can inherit. With proper estate planning, you can use your will to avoid or reduce the amount due.
It’s natural to have a lot of questions about wills – after all, it’s one of the most important legal documents you can make. Here are our top frequently asked questions around getting a will.
It’s ok to worry about getting a Power of Attorney. But, with different Power of Attorney options open to you, the chances are, that nagging doubt that’s keeping you awake at night isn’t a problem at all.
We all know we need to make a will at some point, but many of us underestimate just how important it is, and what a difference it could make to our families.
We can all agree that writing a will isn’t at the top of the list of fun things to do. In fact, the idea of sitting down to create one can be nothing short of morbid. Perhaps that is maybe why more than 60% of the UK adult population reportedly do not have a will in place.