During this worrying and uncertain time, many of us are more conscious of our health and what would happen to us if we, unfortunately, became very ill or passed away. One of the harsher realities of the pandemic is that everyone is thinking more and more about what the consequences of dying are, and worrying about what situation your family would be left in.
With assets such as a house, business or savings – it’s important to ensure they are protected, and you have a say in what happens to them. Powers of Attorney are also a vital consideration, meaning you control ahead of time who can deal with your financial and health decisions if you become seriously ill.
Using a professional will writing service is crucial to make sure you have accounted for your most valuable possessions correctly and give financial security for your loved ones. This is especially important in cases of vulnerable and elderly, but it is never too early to get a plan in place for peace of mind and security for your family. Miles Astbury-Crimes, a Director of the firm, specialises in Wills and Probate matters so has a wealth of expertise in this area of law. He oversees our other experienced team members who also specialise in this area.
Wills and Estate Planning Gives Financial Security
Eddowes, Perry & Osbourne will offer you expert Wills and Estate planning advice – going through all your lifetime planning options in detail. We will discuss how best to plan for inheritance tax and care fees,
We will also be able to set up lasting powers of attorney, deal with estate administration, and prepare and update your Will as required to ensure it includes all your requests. We can also discuss the option of gifting, trusts and charity.
When you get in touch with us, we will review your circumstances and help put in place a division of assets that ensure you cover everything you need to legally. Seeking professional advice helps your loved ones receive what is rightfully theirs as quickly as possible.
We are here to help ease common concerns surrounding inheritance tax, family disputes and care costs. There are multiple potential legal hurdles that need to be handled by experts in the field, but as Will Writing Solicitors, we pride ourselves on giving you the correct advice so you can make a well-informed decision.
In cases where a formal Will hasn’t been made, it can create a huge upset, headache and expense for the family left behind, especially if many children or multiple marriages are involved. Not having a valid will mean that the legal system alone will choose who inherits their estate.
Contact us today for a quality Will Writing Service and advice you can trust.