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Everyone should have a valid Will. Without one the administration of your estate will take longer and cost more. This could cause your family unnecessary distress after you’re gone.

Many people also choose to make a Power of Attorney for use during their lifetime.  This allows them to appoint a loved one who will make decisions on their behalf should they become unable to do so.

A Will and a Power of Attorney are separate and very different documents.  Contact us today so you can make an informed decision on what’s best for you.


Our Solicitors Can:

  • Ensure your estate will be divided according to your wishes by preparing a valid will.
  • Mitigate inheritance and capital tax risks.
  • Guide you through the process of  granting a power of attorney.
  • Keep your documents safe in our secure storage facility.


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Worried about the future? It’s time to put your mind at rest.

Homemade Wills are often invalid.  Make sure yours meets the necessary criteria by instructing our experienced team to draft your Will.

Appointing an Attorney for the future ensures the right person makes decisions about your finances and care if you are unable to.

Making essential provisions for you and your family’s future doesn’t take a lot of time and probably costs less than you think!