Wills, Estates and Probate Advice
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How Can We Help You with an Lasting Power of Attorney, Wills, Estates & Probate?
Help with Making a Will or Lasting Power of Attorney
You need clear understandable guidance for writing your will or LPA. Do not leave things to chance. Putting your wishes down in writing is very important. No one knows what tomorrow may bring. While we hope for the best, sometimes bad things happen.
Making sure your loved ones are properly cared for can not be left to chance. Getting the right legal guidance is crucial when drafting this important document.
Help with Making an Indiviual Will.
Making a Will is the only way to protect your family and give you peace of mind.
The Lasting Power of Attorney give you complete peace of mind that there is someone you trust to look after your affairs. Call 0800 678 5079 to talk to a specialist. Click here for more info on your LPA.
Help with Making a joint Will or Mirror LPA.
Make a joint will with your partner to effectively deal with your Estates.
Dealing with the Estate
Dealing with the affairs of a loved one after they have passed away is one of the most stressful situations to deal with in life.
Getting expert guidance during this time will help you to deal with the process. Your legal expert will provide you with the peace of mind that is needed in dealing with the estate during a difficult period.
Dispute Over the Will
If a claim is brought against an estate it will often become a dispute between family members and/or other competing beneficiaries. Any form of dispute over an estate adds further burden at a time that is already difficult. Our aim at JUST TALK LAW is to support you in an effort to make the claim process as straightforward as possible. Having the right legal backing during the dispute process is vital if you are to protect your interests.
Protecting Family Interests
No one likes to think they or a loved one will loose the ability to make important decisions.
However, handling a bank account, claiming benefits, looking after their tax affairs or transacting a house sale need special consideration when our faculties are lost.
The use of a Solicitor is essential, in order to avoid costly errors and to make sure the (LPA) Lasting Power of Attorney paperwork is fully accepted by the courts, who will promptly reject incorrectly completed documents.