Our Wills, Trusts, Capacity and Probate lawyers specialise in giving clear, pragmatic advice on the personal affairs of clients. Our approach is hands-on; we ask questions, listen to your answers and suggest things you might not have considered. After all, this is our area of law. This is what we do day in, day out, for clients with varying assets and a wide range of personal circumstances.
For the more complex circumstances, we offer specialised advice on care fee planning, tax planning, business assets, agricultural property and providing for disabled beneficiaries.
We also advise families and executors on the process of dealing with an estate when someone has died. We’ll guide you through the legal steps that need to be taken and support you through the processes and paperwork involved. We also work with bereavement charities and an in-house family therapist to provide support when you need it most.
We know that most people would really rather not talk about death or illness. It is natural to find it difficult – sometimes overwhelming – to have to deal with the emotional and practical aftermath of thinking about or dealing with this happening to a loved one. That’s why we aim to put you at ease, helping you achieve what needs to be done, with as few complications as possible.
We also offer specialised advice on care fee planning, tax planning, business assets and providing for disabled beneficiaries.
You’ll find that we’re empathetic and practical. Our team is personable, approachable and has strong links to the local community. We’ll provide you with a broad overview of your estate, focusing on your personal circumstances. We know the law, and so the ways to safeguard and maximise your assets and your rights. We’ll work with you to help reduce ongoing liabilities for tax and other outgoings. Ultimately, we are here to help you make the best decisions for you and your family.
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