A will is one of the most important documents you ever execute yet many people delay making a will. We understand that it can be uncomfortable to think about what will happen when you are gone but we can provide you with peace of mind by imparting practical, sensitive advice to make sure your loved ones are provided for according to your wishes.
We are also adept at dealing with people’s estates in the event of their death, if they have made a will or not. We can help the executors to obtain a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration, assist with any inheritance tax returns, collect the assets, pay the liabilities and distribute the residue of the estate to the beneficiaries.
Unfortunately it is becoming increasingly common that people are losing their capacity to act on their own behalf and we can assist by applying to the Office of Care and Protection for Controllership applications or registering Enduring Powers of Attorney.
- Enduring Power of Attorney
- Variations of Wills
- Probate and Letters of Administration
- Contesting wills
Divorce, Separation and Matrimonial Finances
Divorce, Separation and Matrimonial Finances Going through a Divorce and attempting to resolve matrimonial finances and assets is understandably an often stressful and emotional process. Whilst it is often thought that getting divorced is the most difficult aspect of marital breakdown more often than not it is the resultant financial issues that remain to be…
“I’ve just been involved in an accident – what should I do?”
“I’ve just been involved in an accident – what should I do?” Unfortunately accidents are all too common and can be a traumatic experience. If you are involved in an accident in the future please consider the following tips: 1. Don’t panic: Stop your car, turn off the engine and turn on your hazard…