Making a Will is one of the most important steps you should take, regardless of your age or financial circumstances. Without it, your property and personal effects may not go to the people you wish as intestacy laws will dictate who receives what. In addition, you can also use your Will as a means of reducing potential inheritance tax and of giving your family greater benefit at their time of need. Our specialist department of Wills and Probate solicitors can provide full advice and assistance on Wills, Inheritance Tax Planning, Trusts, Power of Attorney, Administration of Estates, Public Guardianship Applications and payment of fees to residential or rest homes.
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