Wills & Probate Advice
Wills and Probate Solicitors
We might not like thinking about what happens when we (or our loved ones) die, but having a legally valid will in place – or knowing how probate may affect you if someone else dies – can certainly help the legal processes run smoothly for those left behind.
Many people tell our specialist wills and probate solicitors they’ve gained “peace of mind” from speaking to us about wills and probate issues and with our ‘Free Initial Advice’, doing just that won’t cost you a thing.
Probate (the legal processes that govern what happens when someone dies) is something that people might not normally think about until it directly affects them.
But making a will is the only way of guaranteeing that your estate is administered and distributed in the way you want it to be.
Or alternatively, speaking to a solicitor about probate issues can help you avoid much future heartache about what will happen to an estate if you or someone close to you were to die.
“Don’t leave it to chance”, as they say. And ‘they’ are usually right.
This is a very wide-ranging and important area of law, so we have a lot of information on our website to handle queries, issues or worries about the many aspects of wills and probate, including making a will, inheritance and tax planning, the Bernardo’s Will Scheme, notarial services for wills and probate, trusts, power of attorney, contesting a will or inheritance, and estate administration.
Hundreds of people like you visit the Advantage Law website every day to find out more information on all things to do with wills and probate, so we hope these pages are helpful for you.
But don’t forget that when you do decide to speak to a solicitor, then we have a team of wills and probate lawyers to help you.
Even if you just want to talk a legal issue through with someone, we offer with Free Initial Advice to help clarify where you stand and how we could help you.
Then (if you want it) we can also offer you an introductory Legal Expert Consultation with one of our lawyers.
Are you just researching legal aspects relating to “wills and probate”?
If so, we can certainly help you. At Advantage Law, legal services relating to wills and probate are one of our specialities, and they include:
There are many benefits to making a will:
- You control how your estate is divided up
- You can bequeath specific items to specific people
- You can exclude certain people who might otherwise have benefited
- You can help minimise inheritance tax
- You protect your surviving family from often-complex problems associated with ‘intestacy’.
There are also many probate-related issues that we can help with, including:
- Inheritance disputes
- Estate administration issues
- Making decisions on a person’s behalf (power of attorney)
- Advice on what to do when someone dies.
Would you like expert advice about wills and probate issues?
You probably feel as if you ought to know all about wills and probate, but what if you just want to ask some questions about the probate process, or about the benefits of a will? Our clients are at the heart of everything we do and so, as well as our high quality legal help, we make these five customer service promises to make sure any wills and probate work we do for you goes as smoothly as possible.
Advantage Law offer Free Initial Advice so you can get a clearer idea of what’s involved and then you can decide if you want to proceed with us further. This is why, in the first instance, most people looking for more information on wills and probate call Advantage Law for Free Initial Advice over the phone.
With Advantage Law we place you with an experienced solicitor who can advise you in relation to all areas of probate. We think Advantage Lawyers offer a better quality service for all wills and probate matters, and we hope you do too.
Free Initial Advice
Call Advantage Law on +44 (0) 121 514 7111 or request a free call-back using our Contact Form to get Free Initial Advice.
Speaking to our friendly legal assistants over the phone can clarify exactly what you’re aiming to achieve, and precisely how we can help you achieve a positive resolution.
So get in touch now, there’s no risk, no charge and no obligation.
Legal Expert Consultation
After your Free Initial Advice, you might wish to take advantage of our Legal Expert Consultation service, which is a face-to-face meeting with one of our lawyers to discuss your circumstances in much more detail. This option is a reassuring face-to-face meeting with a lawyer who will give you legal advice on your situation. This session is designed to answer any questions, clarify your rights and give expert guidance.