Wills/Senior Issues

Planning for incapacity or death

Some think that making a Will and other preparations for death or physical or mental incapacity is tempting fate and bringing the event closer. Your death or future physical or mental incapacity are traumatic events for those close to you. You owe it to your family and friends to plan properly; they will have to sort out any mess.

How we can help

We have a team of specialists who can assist you with making a Will and an enduring power of attorney. We can also advise you in relation to inheritance tax planning, gifting of assets, nomination of assets, making trusts. We can introduce you to providers of pre-paid funeral plans or financial advisers in relation to long term care plans or equity release fund raising. We can keep your personal papers including insurance policies, share certificates, will, enduring power of attorney, property deeds, trust documents and grave papers in safe storage for you.


Our team includes solicitors, tax experts and estate executives who specialise in this area. We can also bring in other colleagues who specialise in property selling, business, debt recovery, employment or family and matrimonial matters if necessary

Next Steps

Take the next step and call us on free phone number 0800 840 9291.
Alternatively you can contact us or request a callback.

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