Wills, Probate & Older Client Services

“…in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”

guide-pdf-version Problems come in all shapes and sizes.

Tax bills are never pleasant, but you can plan to reduce them in size or eliminate them entirely.

Sometimes you can put measures in place to anticipate problems and be as ready as you can be, for example, by putting a Lasting Power of Attorney in place and making a Will.

But sometimes the unexpected happens. A bereavement can be a time of great heart ache and upset.  It’s not helped by the fact that the process of dealing with a loved one’s estate seems to involve a lot a confusing jargon.

At Mander Hadley, we are here to help. We have provided plenty of information here on our website, explaining the process, telling you what the jargon means and how we can support you.

In trying to help you, we will always do our best to use clear, no-nonsense language and explain our costs clearly.

Our services also include help and legal advice for elderly or vulnerable adults.

Your loved one may recently have been diagnosed with Alzheimers or another form of dementia. Maybe a relative has had an accident which has resulted in a loss of capacity.

You may find you need to step in and help a relative or friend when something like this happens. This may involve having to apply to Court for authority to deal with their property and money.

Our lawyers are members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and Solicitors for the Elderly.

We offer a free initial meeting and free safe storage of Wills, Deeds and Powers of Attorney

Please do visit our pages about the Court of Protection or contact us for more information.

At Mander Hadley you are in safe hands.

 

For more information please consult our Wills, Probate & Older Client Services Experts:

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