Anyone over 18 years of age can make a Will. If you are getting married, buying your first home, starting a family, or there has been a recent significant change in your life like bereavement or separation, you should strongly consider making a Will. We offer a speedy service in these situations:
- New Wills
- Amendments to your existing Wills
- Probate and Administration of Estates
- Public Guardianship Office work
- Advice and assistance for the elderly
- Disputes over Wills
- Powers of Attorney
We can also advise you if you have been named as an Executor of a Will or a Trustee and our experienced solicitor will ensure a smooth and hassle-free distribution of the Estate.
Have you been bereaved and now you have concerns about the Will? Perhaps you have been unfairly left out of the Will? Or believe the deceased’s Will is just plain wrong?
There are many reasons why a person may contest a Will, and it is important to realise that this is their right – providing, of course, they have an interest in the Estate.
If you are an Executor and need help following the death of a relative or loved one, we have the expertise to support you in dealing with the Estate.