- To nominate people whom you trust to administer your estate (the executors)
- to make gifts of sums of money or specific items to individuals or charities
- to appoint guardians or set up trusts for young children
- to prevent your loved ones falling out over who gets what
- to plan the distribution of your estate in order to minimise inheritance and capital gains tax
- to protect family wealth from Third Parties eg Divorcing Children, Spendthrift Children and Nursing Home fees.
- to set up trusts to make provision for a vulnerable person or after a second marriage
- to leave instructions about your funeral or cremation
Our Wills and Probate department can take care of a full range of private client issues, including drafting powers of attorney, wills, and, eventually the administration of estates.
Our service is professional and caring so contact us to discuss how we can assist you during difficult times.