It is very common and entirely understandable for people to put off thinking about making a Will or planning for what would happen if they became incapacitated. After all, these are things that nobody particularly likes to think about.
However, if you don’t put the right measures in place before it’s too late, you run the risk of your wishes not being carried out and your loved ones being left in a difficult position.
We would advise anyone to make a Will, but depending on your circumstances, there are also various other options to consider. This includes creating a Living Will setting out your preferences for end of life treatment and issues such as organ donation, as well as setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney giving a loved one the power to make decisions for you if you ever lose the capacity to do so yourself.
Our team works with clients across the Cotswolds, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire, as well as in London and throughout the UK. We can help make sure you have all the right measures in place so that your wishes will be respected and your needs taken care of no matter what the future brings.
Speak to one of our solicitors today about Wills, Living Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney by calling 01285 659061 or using the contact form at the top of the page.
Our legal services for Wills, Living Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney
Our expertise includes:
- Creating and updating Wills
- Making a Living Will
- Setting up or registering a Lasting Power of Attorney
- Registering an Enduring Power of Attorney
- Advice for acting as someone’s Attorney
- Applying to the Court of Protection to become a deputy
- Advice for acting as a Court of Protection deputy
Why choose Tanners for Wills, Living Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney?
Our solicitors have decades of experience handling Wills, Living Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney, providing trusted, empathetic practical advice and guidance to a wide range of clients.
We understand how sensitive these issues can be and the need to ensure elderly and vulnerable people have the right support to make the best decisions for them and their loved ones.
Our team offers a friendly, compassionate approach, making it as simple and stress-free as possible for you to put in place the right legal measures so you can have complete peace of mind.
We are happy to visit you in your home, in hospital or wherever is most convenient for you and can stay in touch over the phone or via email.
Our team includes several members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) reflecting our training and expertise in this area.
We are independently regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).