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Wills

If you do not have a Will, the Government will dictate what happens to your assets after your death.  Making a Will is a quick and easy process and ensures that the interests of your family and dependants are protected. Jill can help you with a tailor-made Will to give you the peace of mind that your wishes will be carried out after your death.

Probate and Estate Administration

There are a wide range of duties that Executors/Administrators of an Estate have to carry out, including valuing the Estate, applying for the Grant, collecting in the assets, paying debts and taxes and making distributions to the beneficiaries. Detailed advice can be given on all the above in order that the administration of the estate is dealt with in a practical and efficient manner.

Lasting Powers of Attorney

This document enables you to appoint a trusted friend and/or relative to manage your affairs either now or in the future.  You must have mental capacity when the Power of Attorney is signed but the document will still be valid even if you become mentally incapable.  A Power of Attorney can also be beneficial if you have suffered an accident, ill health or have the onset of mental illness. Jill’s commitment is to provide the above services on a personal one to one basis at your home at a time to suit you (including weekend and evening appointments).

Contact Jill Hallam to arrange a home visit


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