Wills & Estates

The branch of law concerned with a person’s wishes at the end of their life.

Wills and estates are like two sides of a coin – one can only be made during life, the other comes into effect after death.

We believe that if you only see a solicitor for one reason during your lifetime, it should be to do your Will.  At its most basic, your Will is the legal document which stipulates your instructions about who should be responsible for your affairs when you die, and who should inherit your assets.  Without a Will your estate may be difficult to administer and the distribution of the assets that you worked your whole life to accumulate may not align with your wishes.

But it’s not just a Will you need to worry about. If you don’t have one already, you need an Enduring Power of Attorney.   This document gives a person you trust the power to make any legal decision you could otherwise make for yourself.  With the average person living longer than ever, we are passionate believers in the importance of appointing an Attorney.

We look forward to working with you.