SOLICITORS HOME VISITS

At Home Visiting Solicitor

You need  to find a law firm which you can trust, which understands your priorities and delivers practical, exceptional value legal solutions.

Legal situations can be stressful, but Solicitors are committed to giving you peace of mind with the reassurance that your case will be handled sensitively and professionally by their legal experts.

Among the services you may be looking for could be legal advice on;

  • Child Care
  • Conveyancing
  • Crime
  • Divorce
  • Employment
  • Family
  • Immigration 

WILLS

Home Visiting Solicitor for Wills

Why make a will?

The majority of people in the UK die without making a will. However, only by making a will can you ensure that the people you want will inherit on your death. There are other good reasons for making a will, including:

If you die without making a will (known as dying intestate), your spouse will not necessarily inherit the whole of your estate as the intestacy rules will dictate how your assets are to be dealt with.

Appointing guardians to care for your minor children in the event of your death and creating a trust to delay your children or grandchildren from inheriting until they reach the age of 18 or 21.

Choosing who will administer the estate. This is particularly important if you have young children.

Protecting assets from the risk of the survivor remarrying or your children divorcing or encountering financial difficulties.

The death of a loved one is a distressing time, and by making a will now, you can at least ensure that dealing with your affairs will be as straightforward as possible for those you leave behind. Solicitors have  considerable expertise and experience in this field, and can guide you efficiently through the various options which may be available to you.

To avoid the additional fees the Probate Registry charge if you make the application for the Grant of Representation personally. It is also important to have a solicitor to advise you if there is a house or other property, as you will need a solicitor to deal with the Land Registry on your behalf. They would set your mind at rest and deal with the whole administration of the estate, which will involve them writing to all asset holders, preparing a schedule of assets and liabilities, submitting all the relevant tax forms and probate papers to obtain the Grant of Representation and also distribute the estate.

LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY

Home Visiting Solicitor for Lasting Power of Attorney

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a document that appoints one or more people to act on your behalf during your lifetime. There are two types of LPA – one covering health and welfare decisions, the other dealing with your property and finance. LPAs replaced Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPA) in October 2007. If you had an EPA made before that time, it can still be used in future.

When we plan for the future, we must face up to the possibility of future events which may be unwelcome. This includes the possibility of becoming unable to look after our own financial affairs because of physical or mental incapacity, whether as a result of an unexpected accident or old age.

Whatever your legal problem our Solicitors are here to find a solution

Our Solicitors offer a home visiting service, or will even come to your office if appropriate.


SOLICITOR AT HOME VISITS

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For more information on a home visiting solicitor, please call 07900 224 961 for more information.

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