Wills & Probate

The Wills and probate solicitors at AFG LAW understand that making a Will is one of the most important decisions of your life. That’s why we work closely with our clients making sure we get their wishes right the first time.

Our experienced team of Wills and probate solicitors provide legal advice and guidance on all Wills and probate-related matters, including inheritance tax, inheritance tax mitigation and tax planning.

 

Wills & probate solicitors helping you and your family

 

Making a Will allows you to control what happens to the assets which you have accumulated during your lifetime. A Will also enables you to protect your family and friends and control who should look after those dearest to you.

If you do not make a Will, you will die intestate. This means that strict legal rules apply as to how your money and property is distributed.

 

You can also address the following matters:

1. Your funeral wishes

2. Choose your Executors

3. Make gifts of personal belongings

4. Make monetary gifts

5. Create Trusts to protect your children or someone with a disability

6. Inheritance Tax planning

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Wills & Probate

The Wills and probate solicitors at AFG LAW understand that making a Will is one of the most important decisions of your life. That’s why we work closely with our clients making sure we get their wishes right the first time.

Our experienced team of Wills and probate solicitors provide legal advice and guidance on all Wills and probate-related matters, including inheritance tax, inheritance tax mitigation and tax planning.

Wills & Probate Solicitors helping you and your family

Making a Will allows you to control what happens to the assets which you have accumulated during your lifetime. A Will also enables you to protect your family and friends and control who should look after those dearest to you.

If you do not make a Will, you will die intestate. This means that strict legal rules apply as to how your money and property is distributed.

 

Should I make a Will?

  • Ask yourself the following:-
  • Do you own any assets? (Bank Account, Property etc)
  • Do you have children?
  • Do you have young children, would you feel safer appointing a legal guardian in case something happens to you?
  • Are you married or in a civil partnership?
  • Are you divorced or going through divorce proceedings?
  • Are you separated?

Would you like advice to minimise Inheritance Tax so that your family benefit and not the tax man?

 

If you answered “Yes” to any of the above questions, then it is strongly advisable that you make a Will.

Our specialist Will writing solicitors have extensive experience in preparing Wills to cover all circumstances. Making a Will is the only way of ensuring you make suitable provisions for your children, family and any dependents.

Speak to one of our specialist Probate Solicitors

You can also address the following matters:

 

1. Your funeral wishes

2. Choose your Executors

3. Make gifts of personal belongings

4. Make monetary gifts

5. Create Trusts to protect your children or someone with a disability

6. Inheritance Tax planning

 

Contact privateclients@afglaw.co.uk for further information or call us on 01204 320100 for a no obligation initial chat with one of our advisors. We have a team of friendly and approachable advisors.

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