Wills, Probate, LPAs and Trusts
Here at Palmers we have specialist solicitors who can help you to ensure that your assets are passed on to those you wish in the most effective manner possible.
We can advise you on what should be included in your will, how to minimise any Inheritance tax liability as well as preparing for any eventualities in your future by making a Lasting Power of Attorney.
In addition, our solicitors can also help you to deal with the estate of a loved one who has passed away. Each estate is different and can vary in size and complexity. We can give you as much or as little assistance as you require, from simply applying for grant of probate to dealing with complex estates involving the payment of taxes and the distribution of assets.
Contact us for a consultation or see our web pages for more details on any of the following topics.
- Why do I need a will?
- Wills frequently asked questions
- Life interest wills and trusts
- Inheritance tax planning
- Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA)
- Probate frequently asked questions
- Court of protection
- Care home fees
- Claims under the Inheritance act
- Disputes about wills and probate
- Enduring power of attorney (EPA) registration
- Getting divorced – consider your will
- Guardianship of your children after your death
- The laws of intestacy
- Unmarried couples and legal rights to inherit