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What is a Lasting Power of Attorney? These documents are commonly called an LPA and there are two types; A Property and Finances LPA by which your attorney/attorneys deals with your property and money. It is possible for this document to be used by your attorney/attorneys while you are still mentally fit; A Health and… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Probate Pitfalls – How to avoid being overcharged or misled

Be aware with whom you are dealing Clearly if you approach a solicitor or his/her firm you can find out with whom you are dealing but very often you will be approached by a bank branch staff or a probate consultant, who then visits your home. That probate consultant may not be an employee of… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Previously… Why I don’t need a Will (4 October 2012) Sequel… WHY HE DID NEED A WILL

Andy meets Ellie when they are young. They have a whirlwind romance, get married but soon drift apart and split up.  They lose contact with each other and move to opposite ends of the UK. Andy meets Cathy a few years later. They have a brief relationship resulting in the birth of Dan.  Andy and… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN COMING TO THIS FIRM TO MAKE A WILL

We were HIGHLY RECOMMENDED  for Excellent Client Service in the Law Society Excellence Awards 2012,  but what can you expect when coming to this firm to make a will. How to contact us By phone, post or email or by calling in at one of our offices. Finding our offices Click on Contact Us to… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

WHY I DON’T NEED A WILL…….

I haven’t got anything to leave Add up roughly the value of what you have.  May be it’s more than you think. Even with very modest estates there is a certain amount of paperwork which must be sorted out in order get hold of the money or to claim under a forgotten life policy. Having… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

DIY Probate Runs Risk

It is entirely possible to apply for probate and deal with an estate without seeing a lawyer, but it is not without risks. People aren’t always aware of the complexities and assume probate work is straightforward.  It is true that it can be, but it is just as true that sometimes it isn’t.  In all… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)