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A Will is a written document that sets out how you want your estate divided after your death. Everyone over the age of 18 should have a Will. It is the only way to guarantee your estate (assets) is divided the way you want, and also makes the process significantly quicker and cheaper leaving your loved ones in a better place.
Failing to organise a Will may result in your estate being distributed using a formula determined by the government, leaving no consideration for your wishes and the needs of your loved ones. The process is also significantly longer and more expensive if the default method is used.
We prepare and draft Wills that allow your property and assets to be distributed in accordance with your intentions. If you have been thinking about it, don’t put it off any longer.
Have you ever been named an Executor under a Will and were unsure of what to do? Probate.
Probate is the legal process for an Executor to gain control over the deceased’s assets, and distribute them in accordance of their Will.
We understand that when you suddenly find yourself in charge of an estate, it is a difficult and emotional time. You shouldn’t have to go through lengthy legal processes as well, and that’s why we ensure all our work is carried out with compassion and utmost efficiency to help you through the process as easily and pain free as possible.
A General Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows you to appoint a person to act on your behalf to do what you would lawfully authorise an attorney to do.
The difference between a General Power of Attorney and an Enduring Power of Attorney is that a General Power of Attorney can only act on your behalf so long as you also have the mental capacity to act on your behalf.
Appointing a General Power of Attorney will be useful if you’re going to be away for typically a shorter period of time and require matters to be dealt with on your behalf whilst away.
An Enduring Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows you to appoint a person to act on your behalf to do what you would lawfully authorise an attorney to do when you can no longer can.
Similarly an Enduring Power of Attorney grants power to someone to make decisions about your money, assets and other financial transactions when you are no longer able to do so.
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