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Wills, Probate and Mental Capacity

Do I need a Will?

If you pass away without having a Will your assets will pass to your surviving relatives under the Intestacy Rules. If you have no relatives all your assets can end up going to the state. It is vital to have a Will to ensure your assets are given to those you want to benefit on your passing. A Will is also a useful tool to express your wishes as to who should care for your children should all those with parental responsibility pass away.

What is Probate?

Probate is the process to get the legal right to deal with a deceased person’s property, money and possessions.

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document that lets you appoint one or more people to help you make decisions or to make decisions on your behalf.

Private client services

At Vanguard Law Solicitors, our experienced trusts and estates Solicitor can provide expert advice in all areas of private client services from drafting a will, making a lasting power of attorney, administrating an estate, drafting a trust deed and advising on future estate planning.

Vanguard Law Solicitors are highly experienced at dealing with Court of Protection applications for carers of family’s and vulnerable adults.

We have the experience to guide you at every turn, to ensure the right considerations are taken into account when planning for the future.

Will £POA
Mirror Wills for couple £POA
Grant of Probate/Administration no IHT £POA
Obtaining Grant and Dealing with estate no IHT £POA
LPA (Property and Finances) £POA
LPA (Health and Welfare) £POA
LPA (Both) £POA
Application to Court of Protection for Deputyship £POA