A couple die together: how important is a will in deciding who gets their assets?
A situation where two or more people die at the same time, without it being clear who died first, can have significant legal consequences.Read more
Whether you are writing a will for the first time or reviewing an existing one, we will ensure that your will accurately reflects yours and your loved ones’ requirements for the future.
We appreciate that not everyone’s circumstances are straightforward. Second and subsequent marriages are becoming more and more common and we understand the need for sensitivity in such situations, whilst still providing professional advice.
Where young children are involved, we will assist you in appointing guardians to take on parental responsibility should you no longer be able to.
Through effective planning, we maximise your inheritance tax allowances. We also protect assets against future events such as long-term care or re-marriage, as well as protecting assets for young and vulnerable beneficiaries.
As one of the largest will writing teams in the Midlands, our solicitors and legal experts have many years’ experience in assisting individuals and their families to plan for their future.
We advise clients on all aspects of will writing including elderly individuals, estate planning, wills for high-net-worth individuals, tax-efficient wills, drafting wills in difficult family circumstances, statutory wills and utilising the use of different trusts in wills to deal with your specific circumstances.
Several members of our team are acknowledged by leading legal directories including The Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners as leaders in their field and have proven qualifications and experience in family inheritance and succession planning.
Several of our solicitors are accredited members of professional organisations such as STEP and Solicitors for the Elderly, demonstrating their understanding and knowledge of the specific issues faced by older and vulnerable people, their families and their carers.
For more information and advice on writing your will, please contact us on 01332 226 162 or complete the form below.
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