Last Will & Testament

 One of the biggest benefits of a will is that it allows you to choose who will inherit your assets and belongings, rather than leaving those decisions to the state governing laws. Additionally, a will can help to avoid family conflicts and minimise the stress and financial burden on your loved ones during an already difficult time. A will can also name guardians to care for minor children and establish trusts for their protection. By taking the time to create a last will and testament, you can have peace of mind knowing your wishes will be carried out and your legacy will continue.

Clint Eastwood

Do not delay this vital task, “Tomorrow is promised to no one.”

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Lasting Powers of Attorney

One of the most important decisions a person can make is to create a lasting power of attorney. This legal document allows an individual to appoint someone they trust to make important decisions on their behalf should they become unable to do so themselves. Without a lasting power of attorney in place, family members may face legal barriers and complications when trying to make decisions on behalf of a loved one. Having a lasting power of attorney in place can provide peace of mind to both the individual and their loved ones, knowing that their wishes will be honored and their affairs will be managed in their best interests. Whether faced with illness, injury, or simply planning for the future, creating a lasting power of attorney is a critical step in ensuring that one’s affairs are managed smoothly and in accordance with their wishes.

Robert Greene

"forewarned is forearmed'

Property Trust

Protective Property Trust is a legal arrangement that can be used to protect your share of a property. It is designed to ensure that when you die, your share of the property passes onto your chosen beneficiaries, while also providing a level of protection from potential creditors, divorce claims, or any other legal disputes. This type of trust can help protect your assets and ensure that your property is transferred to the right people in a timely and tax-efficient manner. Protective Property Trusts have become popular in recent years as people look for ways to safeguard their assets for future generations. By setting up this type of trust, you can have peace of mind that your hard-earned property will be protected, and your loved ones will benefit from it. Protecting your assets has never been more important, and a Protective Property Trust can provide you with the necessary protection you need.

Benjamin Franklin

'An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”

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Estate Planning Areas

Last Will & Testament

Single & Mirror Wills. By drafting a will, you can record specific instructions to be followed by your family after you die. Your will can include directions for how to divide up your estate, including who receives specific parts of the estate, as well as any special instructions for your funeral. Creating a Will is an excellent start, but you should also take time to keep your Will maintained and up to date. By doing so, you can ensure any recently gained assets, such as property, money, and personal belongings, are included in your Will.

Lasting Powers of Attorney

Property & Financial Affairs

An LPA is an important legal document which enables you, whilst you have capacity, to plan ahead and choose someone you trust (your Attorney) to make decisions on your behalf in the future.

Lasting Powers of Attorney

Health & Welfare
You may think your spouse, partner or close family members can automatically make decisions for you if you loose the power to do so for yourself; this is not the case. An LPA allows the people you trust, to step in easily, quickly and legally. Without an LPA your family may struggle to manage your finances or make decisions about your medical treatment.

Guardianship in Wills

As a parent, this is such an important decision to make. By not making a Will you will leave it for the State to decide for you. If you do not appoint a guardian to look after your child and no other surviving person with parental responsibility exists, then the court will decide who to appoint as guardian for your child. This may very well not be someone your child knows or is close to and could lead to disputes amongst your family.

Property Trusts

For most people their priority is to pass their property onto their loved ones but have you considered what would happen to your property if your spouse re-married after your death or needed long term care? Your property could either be used to fund your care or the surviving spouse could change their Will and re-direct the assets.


Trusts can help with estate management and inheritance tax planning, as well as safeguarding assets and ensuring they will be available for future generations.


When you are faced with the death of a family member or friend it can be a devastating and overwhelming time. We understand that if you are faced with this situation, you need simple advice on the steps to take when dealing with the person’s affairs to make the process as easy as possible.

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