Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney are very important documents. They should be reviewed at least every five years and kept up to date with changing life circumstances.
Your Will sets out who is to administer your estate, and who is to benefit from your estate when you die.
Enduring Powers of Attorney are documents where you appoint a person or persons to act on your behalf in the event that you are unable (or don’t want to) act for yourself. Such situations may include, but are not limited to, mental incapacity and physical incapacity.
Our expert team can assist you with
- Making a new Will
- Updating an existing Will (whether that is held with us, or with another Lawyer)
- Making Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Reviewing and updating your Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Advising Attorneys and Estate Executors
- Making Living Wills (also called Advance Directives)
- Estate planning
For more information about making or changing a Will or Enduring Powers of Attorney documents, please contact one of our expert team