Wills, Probate & LPA
We appreciate that making a Will can be a daunting task. Our friendly expert will make the process as stress-free as possible, by taking time to discuss your needs and providing advice, in a comfortable environment.
Our fees for Wills are £195 plus VAT for one Will and £275 plus VAT for two “mirror” Wills (so long as they are straightforward in nature and do not involve trusts or tax advice). Please do not hesitate to call for more information.
This is the administration of a deceased’s estate, which includes the transferring or encashing of assets, paying any outstanding liabilities, drafting estate accounts and paying the balance to the beneficiaries (if there was a Will) or their of kin if they died Intestate (without a Will).
For more advice on any of the above, please contact us on 01209 213507 (Redruth) or 01872 272356 (Truro) for more details.
Lasting Power of Attorney
A Lasting Power of Attorney allows you to choose who will be able to make decisions for you, in the event that you become unable to make those decisions for yourself.
There are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney, they are as follows:-
- Property & Financial Affairs
This allows the person or people you select as your Attorneys to look after your finances. This can include paying your bills, managing your investments, selling your home and collecting your benefits.
- Health & Welfare
This allows the person or people you select as your Attorneys to make decisions about your daily routine, medical care (including life-sustaining treatment) and moving you into a care home.
If someone loses capacity a Deputyship Order may need to be obtained from the Court of Protection. Such an Order will enable a person to make decisions on behalf of another.
There are two types of Deputyship Orders which can be obtained from the Court of Protection. These are property and financial affairs, and personal welfare.
Our Court of Protection specialist, can assist you with drafting and filing your application for Deputyship by: –
- Guiding you through the available options available to you;
- Explaining the process to you; and
- Completing any necessary paperwork on your behalf.