Everyone needs a Will and Lasting Powers of Attorney, but more than 70% of the adult population don't have this essential family support in place, often because of worries about high fees and taking time out of busy lives to see lawyers. Our technology enables us to provide these services for affordable fixed fees and at your convenience, making use of phone, email and online services.
- Ensure that your assets pass to exactly the people you want to benefit on your death
- Nominate someone you trust to make decisions during your lifetime if you lose capacity to do so
- Affordable fixed-fee service - no financial surprises
A well drafted Will by a qualified, regulated legal business appoints Guardians for your children, gives financial certainty to dependants and nominates someone you trust to carry out your wishes.
If you don't make a Will, you will never know about expensive disputes over your estate and belongings - or even whether your loved ones will actually receive your estate.
Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs)
Illness, age or accidents may prevent you from making decisions about your health and medical treatment and even prevent you from accessing your own money. Making LPAs means you can choose someone you can rely on now to make decisions on your behalf in the unfortunate event that your mental or physical health deteriorates unexpectedly. There are two types of LPA, one for decisions about your property and financial affairs and one for decisions about your health and welfare.
Without both LPAs in place, a loss of capacity on your part could put you and any dependants in a very difficult position, potentially unable to access money for essential day-to-day needs. To gain the authority to pay bills and make decisions in your best interests, an expensive court application would need to be made, which can be avoided with correctly drafted LPAs.
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