Wills & Probate Solicitors in London

The only ways to ensure any property, possessions, investments or savings are left to those who you specify is to make a will. Offering control over what happens when you die ensuring so far as is possible that your wishes are met.

Understandably, most of us do not like to dwell on the subject of our death or to discuss it with anybody, which is perhaps one of the primary reasons many people simply do not make a will.

A will provides gifts to your loved ones, can thank people who are important to you, benefit any of your chosen charities & clarify your funeral requirements and service, and in some cases provide for who will look after your children.

Our will & probate solicitors are here to ensure all your will and probate requirements are completed in the most sensitive and professional manner possible, ensuring peace of mind.

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A will is a document that sets out who is to benefit from your property and possessions after your death. A properly drafted will ensure protection to your loved ones and prevent Family disputes arising. Divorce invalidates a will unless a contrary intention is shown in the will. We can advise partners in relation to the characteristics of a mirror will and mutual will and draft it accordingly. It is very important to take into account of the inheritance tax aspects and to have a proper estate planning whilst drafting a will. This is to ensure efficient tax planning in place when the estate passes on to chosen beneficiaries. Probate is a process by which the administration of an estate takes place by giving the executor the legal right to distribute the estate.

It is advisable that a will is prepared by an expert for your peace of mind.

Should a dispute about an estate and court proceedings become necessary we have experienced solicitors who can advise and help you throughout the process.
  • Drafting of Wills
  • Administration of Estates
  • Executorship of Estates
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Probate
  • Contentious probate