Making a Will is important, especially if you own a house or have a family. But when it comes to actually making one, it can be difficult to decide how...
I want to put my affairs in order – but I don’t know where to start!
Put your affairs in order with WSP Solicitors
Writing a Will or making a Power of Attorney, putting our affairs in order seems so daunting and easy to put off.
The most common thing people say to me after they have written their Will or have organised their Power of Attorney is, “I wish I’d done it sooner.”
At WSP Solicitors our staff are friendly, knowledgeable and approachable. We are here to look after you and put you at your ease. Our priority when meeting with you is to listen to what you want, give you simple and straight forward advice and help you work towards a carefully considered conclusion.
It may be that you have been asked to be an executor of someone’s estate or to act as an attorney for an elderly relative. Both roles carry a lot of responsibility and while there is a lot of information available on the internet this can be dangerous to rely on because of out-of-date or misleading advice. If you have recently taken on a responsibility for someone else’s legal affairs you should make it your priority to talk to a professional. WSP can provide you with the latest legal advice as well as common sense tips to help you avoid the pitfalls when acting for someone else.
We charge a fixed fee for lots of our work and explain our charges clearly so you will understand at the very first meeting exactly what the costs will be. We look forward to welcoming you to one of our offices or we can meet at your home if required. We are here to take the stress out of organising your own legal affairs and to support you if you are looking after loved ones’.
For advice or to make an appointment please contact our Wills, Trusts and Probate team.
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