Wills & Probate Services Department ...
Putting your affairs in order is comparatively easy when you're fit and well and have the right solicitor to help you. However, due to the Data Protection Act and other privacy laws, putting someone else's affairs in order can be extremely difficult, particularly when the person is elderly or has become incapable of handling their own affairs.
Worrying about what's going to happen is stressful and time-consuming, so the best course of action is to sort everything out. And the best place to start is here at Woolliscrofts Solicitors.
When a family member dies there are often complex issues relating to the division of property and assets. When someone loses their mental capacity to make their own decisions, it can be too late to apply for Lasting Power of Attorney as it needs to be done whilst the person can still understand and make their own financial and welfare decisions.
So we make sure your wishes and intentions are put in writing so everyone is clear on what you want to happen. We will do everything we can to sort out all related legal aspects, before it's too late. If you are unable to get to our offices, we will come to your home to allow you to discuss these difficult issues in comfort.
Many of our clients originally came to us through personal recommendation. If you need help with caring for a family member, we're the people to assist. We offer the exact level of service you specify. Then we deliver.
Whether it is a small but complex estate or a large portfolio, we will be there. From time to time we are appointed by a Local Authority to carry out legal work when nobody else is willing or able to do this work. Large or small, we meet the need.
Getting in touch
Contact Woolliscrofts on FREEPHONE 0800 083 97 87,
or send us a free no obligation enquiry by e-mail.
There is no charge for an initial enquiry, and contacting us does not commit you to using our services.