Wills, Probate, Tax & Trusts

Regardless of your personal circumstances, marital status or the value of your assets, planning for the future to protect yourself, as well as those closest to you, is something everyone should do. 

Our specialist Wills, Probate, Tax & Trust solicitors are dedicated to helping you protect your assets both during your lifetime and after your death.

We provide individualised advice that suits your particular circumstances and addresses concerns you may have regarding your own well-being and affairs or those of your intended beneficiaries. 

We are able to put in place structures depending on your needs, including minimising the impact of mental or physical incapacity in the event of accident or illness; protecting vulnerable beneficiaries; protecting family assets from financial attack on matrimonial breakdown; protecting family assets in the event of bankruptcy of beneficiaries. Our detailed wealth preservation advice will include information on mitigating Inheritance Tax.

Our Wills, Probate, Tax & Trusts services include:

Contact our team today to discuss how we can help you plan for your future. 

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Protecting your assets with a Life Interest Trust

September 11, 2019

Many couples are concerned about funding long-time care and having to sell their property to meet care home fees when the need for care arises. Individuals with a capital of more than £23,250 are expe...

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Making Inheritance Tax simpler for taxpayers?

July 17, 2019

The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) is an independent office of HM Treasury that advises and makes recommendations to the government with a view to make UK tax simpler for the taxpayer. ...


Demystifying Wills

November 21, 2018

Many people do not realise the importance of making a Will. Some think it’s self-prophesying and others simply aren’t aware of the impact dying without a Will can have on their family.  Phiffany Smith...

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The perils and pitfalls of DIY probate

August 29, 2018

Coping with the loss of someone close to you isn’t easy. If you’re also faced with sorting out their financial matters and dealing with their property and personal possessions, everything can seem so ...

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We give clients time. We don’t assume what they want, so first of all we listen. This allows us to think about the details of your personal situation, and address your needs, not just the issue at hand. You’ll also get lawyer contact from day one. 

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