Do you keep meaning to make a Will? or perhaps you need to update your current Will?
Perhaps you’ve heard of Lasting Power of Attorney but would like to know more about them?
It’s not every day that you make a Will or a Lasting Power of Attorney and you may well be curious about what is involved. You will likely have questions and it may not always be easy to find an answer that you are able to trust or one that matches your particular circumstances.
I can help you talk through your options and concerns, discuss the things that you need to consider, offer support and guidance based on your personal circumstances and produce documents bespoke to your needs. All from the comfort of your own home and at a time that suits you.
I am an independent Will writer based in Carterton, Oxfordshire and travel within West Oxfordshire and the surrounding areas. I am legally trained, fully insured, a member of the Institute of Professional Willwriters (IPW) and an affiliate member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Appointments are available 9am-8pm Monday – Friday and 10am-2pm Saturday and Sunday.
If you have any questions or you’d like to book an appointment, please contact me.
This first step to achieving peace of mind is to talk through your options. I offer a free, no-obligation telephone consultation to see how I can help you. Making a Will is extremely important and my priority is listening to what you want to achieve and working with you to get the right Will in place for your needs. Contact Us now for a free consultation.
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The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, died at the age of 76 and according to reports, she did not leave a Will. After a near six decades in the spotlight and an on-going battle with pancreatic cancer, Aretha passed away at her home
Whilst many of us understand the benefits of having a Will, you may be less familiar with a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) which appoints someone to help you make your own decisions or make decisions on your behalf.
Recent research suggested that 96% of executors did not realise that they were legally and financially responsible for the accurate administration of a deceased person’s estate.