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Wills & Power of Attorney

A Will allows you to decide:

  • Who is to be responsible for your affairs (your executors)
  • How your property and possessions are to be divided
  • Your funeral wishes
  • Who you wish to act as guardians for your children.

Our skilled and experienced team can offer everything from advice on the most straightforward of circumstances, to complex estates with trusts for vulnerable beneficiaries. We work closely with clients to ensure that we understand your personal aims and wishes, so that we can offer the advice and guidance that is best suited to your individual needs.

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a document that lets you appoint one or more people (known as attorneys) to help you make decisions, or make decisions on your behalf. The LPA can cover financial and property matters or health and welfare issues, and can be important if you are unable to manage these matters as you get older, or if you become ill.

Most Wills and Lasting Power of Attorney can be drafted for you at a fixed cost, which can be confirmed when we know more about your personal situation. We believe in transparency in both our work and in our charges, and our staff are committed to providing quality advice at all times.

Our Expertise

  • Lasting Power of Attorney
  • Will Drafting
  • Wills to Provide for Disabled