Wills, Probate and Trusts

There are many good reasons for making a will but the most important is that you alone predetermine how your property and assets are distributed.

Making a will assists in avoiding family squabbles over who receives what: such arguments can often arise when dying without a will (known as dying intestate).

Making a will also gives you the opportunity to name personal representatives to administer your estate (the executors).

We have vastly experienced Wills Solicitors and Legal Executives in Fleetwood, Bispham, Poulton-le-Fylde and Thornton-Cleveleys who are on hand to help you plan for your future and that of those closest to you.

Inheritance Tax and Trusts

Using a solicitor to help make a will can greatly assist you in planning the distribution of your estate to minimise liability to Inheritance Tax.

Making a will: useful tips

If you have assets or dependants, making a will is important. We provide a list of points to consider when making a will.

Probate and Estate Administration

We can apply for a Grant of Probate on your behalf, collect in the assets of the estate, discharge any liabilities, attend to any tax requirements, and deal with distribution to the beneficiaries.

Probate: our charges

Cost information for fixed fee probates and full estate management matters.

Wills, Probate, LPA and IHT Enquiry

If you have any questions about making a will, Inheritance Tax planning or probate and estate administration, complete our simple form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.