The purpose of a Will is to make sure that your wishes are carried out after your death. We work closely with our clients to ensure that their Will reflects their wishes and suits their financial needs. Often people will put off making a Will, but if they do so there is always the possibility that some or all of their estate will be left to people that they did not intend to benefit.
You may require a straight forward Will or a more complex Will involving Inheritance Tax Planning and Trusts. We are happy to advise.
We are also happy to support Northern Ireland Hospice Wills Month each year.
Enduring Powers Of Attorney
We also advise on Enduring Powers of Attorney which are a useful means of ensuring a close friend or family member can act on your behalf if you are unable to do so yourself through illness, accident or a general decline in mental health.
We understand the difficulties families encounter when dealing with the affairs of a close relative who has died. We provide a professional and sympathetic service to help our clients deal with all financial matters and provide advice on obtaining a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration.
One of the most frequent enquiries we deal with is “Will I lose my house if I need to go into a Care Home?” We can help you plan your affairs to help protect your assets and minimise the risk of this happening. Click here for more details.
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