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Why should I make an Enduring Power of Attorney

By signing an Enduring Power of Attorney you appoint one or more persons who you rely upon and trust to look after your assets and to speak to doctors and health practitioners when you are not well enough to do so. This may follow an accident or a medical procedure. Imagine you are taken to […]

Making a Will

By making your Will you appoint your choice of Personal Representative to carry out your wishes after you die. That person is called your Executor and who holds all of your property as Trustee for your named beneficiaries. In your Will, you set out what level of provision you will give to your beneficiaries. You […]

Contested Wills

Why are Wills contested? When it comes to making your Will people who are single, and without children or financial dependants, are free to do what they like with their estate, that is, they may leave their estate as  they wish. For those with a spouse, partner, children, or step-children you have a responsibility to […]