Estate

Everyone has an estate if they have property or suchlike.  In the event something happens to you, you should have a legal document which outlines what you want to happen to your estate regarding family members and any charities you support.

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We recommend this http://executrylawyers.co.uk/ as power of attorney solicitors to give you advice.  Double check what costs are involved in drawing up a document that is legally binding and seek advice to establish if you ever need to update it.  We recommend you update these things as your life situation changes.  For example: you may marry or have children etc.

Chances are you will be looking for the most cost-effective option and may even want to do something online, however, please be advised that nothing beats a face to face meeting where you can ask questions and pop into meet with someone if you wish to in the future.  Local representation can be worth its weight in gold.

If you have high net worth its critical that you have this set up, otherwise your intentions may not be carried out as you would wish.  You may find that your accountant will advise that you speak to a specialist executry lawyer.  Do your research, check out reviews, ask for meetings and you will know yourself re the person’s level of interest when you meet with them.  You need to consider how easy they will be to work with for all future dealings.  This is a long-term relationship.

It can be a horrible time when you lose someone, never mind having the complication of estate issues.  The company we have recommended can help you with estate planning, trust planning, power of attorney, writing your will and setting things up for the long-term future.  You never know what is around the corner, so we recommend