Nobody likes to think about his or her own death, but a little
thought and consideration now will enable you to decide exactly
what happens to your assets after you have died.
Your Will is one of the most important documents you will ever
sign. By making a Will, you stipulate and control how your property
and possessions will be divided, and you can also express any
wishes you have (with regards to your funeral for example).
Creating a Will is particularly important if you have children,
own property or want to provide for your family in the future. You
might also wish to leave some money in a trust.
Our Wills specialists will go through everything in detail to help
clarify your ideas - taking into account property law and taxation
issues such as inheritance tax planning to
minimise the tax liability for your family.
The options can be complex, but our Wills solicitors pride
themselves on providing practical legal advice using everyday
language. We also have experience of creating Wills for people who
are terminally ill, giving them the peace of mind that everything
is in order. We appreciate the sensitivity of the situation and can
visit you at home, in a nursing home or in hospital if you
If you are the executor of someone else's Will we can also guide
you through the legal process involved with the administration of