Making a Will
With one of the largest Wills, Trusts and Probate teams in the region, we prepare over 1,000 wills annually, helping our clients to save tax and preserve assets for their families.
We have members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and Solicitors for the Elderly. A number of our solicitors handle niche areas, with a bias towards agricultural assets, incapacitated clients and contested wills and estates.
As such, our lawyers (and Tax Advisors) focus on getting an in-depth understanding of their client's family situation and their requirements in order to provide the very best advice in making a will and to minimise any tax liabilities through the inheritance process.
Our experience in succession planning not only covers family matters and the family wealth but also extends to commercial interests and how family business ownership is best protected.
It is important to review a Will regularly as your ownership of assets change or where family events cause you to consider new chosen heirs. This can follow the birth of a grandchild, a breakdown in a family relationship or simply a wish to include a new beneficiary to your personal wealth.
To find out more about the services we provide please visit one of the following pages:
- Probate and Administration of Estates
- Powers of Attorney
- Court of Protection
- Care Home Fees
- Inheritance Tax Planning
- Contesting a Will
- Selling Property
- Property Gifts and Transfers
- Wealth Management
If you wish to make a new Will, please complete our Start Your Will form and one of our Wills specialists will be in touch shortly.