Wills & Probate Solicitors
Your Will lets you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death. If you make a Will you can also ensure you don’t pay more Inheritance Tax than you need to.
Our wills, trusts and probate department offers a sensitive and cost-effective service and can meet you at your home if you require.
It is important to us that we help you with planning ahead – whether by wills, trusts or a Lasting Power of Attorney, and that we also assist our clients to deal with affairs in the event of a death. We have an experienced and highly qualified team, who can help you to ensure your decisions are met about what happens to your assets once you have died.
By making a Will you can decide who looks after your estate and what happens to your belongings. If you have children you can indicate who will look after them and how they will be financially provided for. We also have a wealth of experience in helping people through what can be a difficult time, dealing with estate and trust property and dealing with complex estates. Whether there is a Will or not we will help you to sort out the financial affairs and will help you through the process of dividing the estate between the people who are entitled to it.
The price for creating a Single Will is £156.00 (£130.00+VAT) and a Mirror Will £240.00 (£200.00+VAT). Prices quoted are for standard Wills. Should your Will be complex there may be an additional cost. The Solicitor drafting your Will shall advise of this when you first discuss your requirements with them.
Probate & Estate Administration
Attwood & Co has over 30 years experience in assisting clients with the Probate and Administration of Estates. We can assist with all aspects of administration.
We will liaise with utility companies, banks, insurance companies, the Inland Revenue, and much more. Finally, distributing the assets to beneficiaries.
In the event of a contested Will, we can provide expert advice in respect of contested inheritances, disputes over validity of wills, claims for beneficiaries and children, claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, and disputes over Powers of Attorney.