Wills and Probate Solicitors Lawyers
Death is an inevitable part of life and perhaps the only guaranteed part, yet only 1 in 3 of decide to make a Will. Planning what will happen to your estate in the event of your death is vital. If someone dies without a Will, their family members or relatives will have no say over who gets what and when. Some jointly held assets may automatically pass to the co-owner and Statutory Intestacy Rules will divide what is left among other relatives. You may end up giving up more in Taxes .
More importantly, if you have children and die without a Will in place, there will be no control over who will bring up your children, who will look after their money or be held on Trust. Setting up a Trust within your Will is a sensible way to protect assets for beneficiaries who may require ongoing support before or after you die. The most tax efficient and effective solutions require you to take the right legal advice.
At Gordon and Thompson Solicitors our Wills and Probate Solicitors in London, Kent and West Midlands will handle your case with upmost care to ensure your assets pass on your death in accordance with your wishes. Having a Will in advance will offer you immense peace of mind and ensure matters concerning their estate are deal correctly and professionally.
Our Wills and Probate Solicitors in London, Gillingham, Maidstone, Coventry will manage your estate on your behalf and aim to take away the hassle and stress involved in the process.
Making or else updating existing estate planning documents, such as Wills, trusts, health Care directives, powers of attorney and probate applications, is one of the most significant things you can do to make sure your wishes will be honoured when you die or if you become incapable of managing your affairs. Seeking help from a Probate solicitor lawyer could be the relief you need during such a tough time.
We always aim to make the procedure as quick and modernize as possible whilst always striving for the best outcome for you. Hiring us can help you in many ways, such as:
- We update your documents when necessary
- We ensure your documents will comply with current law
- We offer legal advice related to asset titling and beneficiary designations
- We professionally draft and execute your documents
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