We can provide you with expert and comprehensive advice on all aspects related to making a will. Clients should also understand the importance of planning ahead to ensure maximum control over future events. We draft wills to reflect personal circumstances after providing our clients with specialist advice.
It is important to consider making a will at the earliest possible stage to ensure your wishes are clearly set out in the event of your death. If you do not make a will then any assets will be distributed to surviving relatives in accordance with the law on intestacy.
Probate and administration of estates:
We appreciate the death of a loved one is a traumatic and difficult time and we will try and assist you as much as possible in providing clear advice in a sympathetic manner.
When someone dies and leaves a will we will ascertain the deceased’s wishes and intentions, gather in the assets and distribute these in accordance according to the law and the deceased’s wishes.
Sometimes people die without making a will. Where this happens we advise clearly regarding the law around intestacy and thereafter distribute any assets in accordance with the law.
Sometimes disputes arise in probate situations where someone may feel that they have not been provided for. We can assist with any disputes which can arise in this regard.
Please feel free to contact the office if you would like to discuss any aspect of our service further.