Wills, Trust & Probate

Ready for anything?

We’re all different and we all want different things out of life. But there’s something we all have in common. None of us can predict the future.

Serious illness, accidents or other life-changing events can happen to anyone and, to be blunt, no one knows when they’re going to die. So being prepared isn’t just for Scouts, it’s something we should all do, and particularly property owners.

Making a will and putting in place Lasting Powers of Attorney means that you know what will happen when you die or become incapacitated. And doing it now will save your family and friends a lot of time, stress and potentially expense at a difficult time.

We can help you put everything in place so you don’t have to worry about the future. Contact us on 0114 249 6926 or use the contact form on the right.

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Becoming dementia friendly    

Our team is trained as Dementia Friends so we can support our clients who are living with the illness.

After a diagnosis of dementia, it’s important to set up a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) and to make a will. We will explain things to you clearly and simply and make sure you understand. Most importantly, we will listen to what you want and do our best to make it happen. Download our leaflet How we can help after a diagnosis of dementia.

 

Making a will

Setting up a trust

Probate

Lasting Power of Attorney

Inheritance tax planning