Wills Probate and lasting powers of attorney
Wills and Probate
None of us like to think about of our own mortality yet we all strive to look after our dependent's, partners and family for the future.
In the event of divorce, an existing will may remain in force until the decree absolute is granted. Generally, a new will would be required at the onset of a divorce. In addition, if there is jointly owned property, severance of how that property is held will also have to be considered.
Whether you need to update your existing will or write a new will we can provide you with a professional service that will make provision for your loved ones in the event of your passing.
We offer a first free appointment to enable us to give you initial advice at what is a very difficult time. At that meeting we will give you a quote for the cost of the work that we are to do for you if you would like us to apply for a Grant of Probate or deal with the estate.
Lasting powers of attorney
There may also be times in your life where you are not in a position to deal with your own affairs due to illness or incapacity and you require the certainty that your affairs can be managed for you.
Garfield would be happy to take you through the options available to you tailored to your own individual circumstances.
To book your free confidential appointment please contact us