Our Executry team is highly experienced in the administration of estates. We offer practical expertise and advice with a supportive and sympathetic approach to executors, family members and others who have suffered a bereavement.
For more information and advice or if you have suffered a bereavement and require legal assistance please contact us on 01698 267361 or email us.
Planning for your old age is something many choose to put off until a later date. A Power of Attorney gives someone else power to make decisions on your behalf if you become unable to look after your own affairs. You can specify what powers your attorney will have such as to administer your financial affairs, to make decisions about your welfare or care or a combination of the two.
If you become unable to deal with your own affairs and you have not granted a Power of Attorney, a member of your family or carer would require to apply to Court to be appointed as your Guardian. This process is much more involved and costly and we strongly recommend considering making a Power of Attorney. We offer straightforward advice both to those granting the Power of Attorney and to those appointed as attorneys.
We also offer a reduced combined rate for a Power of Attorney when also making a will with us.