Title Goes Here
The future belongs to those who prepare for it today
Making a Will is common sense. Actually taking the step & putting it into place is a sense of security & a peace of mind
There are two things that are guaranteed in life: Death and Taxes
We make Will writing easy with our range of Will writing services, including online Will writing, telephone and face to face services. Our fixed cost Will writing services is the fee you pay. There will be no nasty surprises, or hidden costs.
As part of the Will & Estate Planning Company, our values of openness, honesty, social responsibility and caring for others are core to the service we provide.
Lasting Power of Attorney
A Lasting Power of Attorney lets you give someone you trust the power to step in and make decisions for you when you are not able to.
An LPA is a legal document giving the person or persons you trust (your attorneys) the authority to make decisions on your behalf if you become incapable of making them yourself. The LPA is prepared at a time when you are capable of making your own decisions and have mental capacity.
Property Protective Trusts
This is a trust you put in your Will so that the surviving spouse can continue living in your property, but the deceased's share of the property is kept separate therefore others, most commonly children and loved ones, can inherit after the surviving spouse's death.
A Protective Property Trust (PPT) in a Will can help protect your property from an assessment for long-term care home fees in the future.
Members of The Society of Will Writers
Professional Indemnity Insurance
Severance of Tenancy
A Severance of Tenancy is a legal process that enables Joint Tenants to change the status of their property ownership to Tenants in Common. A Severance of Tenancy allows a co-owner of a property to dispose of their share in the property as they see fit through a Will.
A Discretionary Trust protects family wealth for future generations while also providing for family members and beneficiaries protection against third party attacks.
A trust is a legal structure that can be included as part of your Will and can offer increased asset protection for your loved ones. These types of Wills are called Trust Wills. We would always recommend that you consider the benefits of setting up a trust as part of your Will.
To leave your loved ones with a pre-paid funeral, so they don't have to bear the emotional and financial burden. A funeral plan is an easy way to arrange and pay for your funeral in advance. Protecting your loved ones against unexpected costs and help remove any uncertainty about your final wishes.
Probate is a legal term often used to describe the entire process of settling someone's estate when they die. It can also simply refer to the process of applying for, and receiving, a grant of probate: a legal document that can be used to prove your right to administer an estate.