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Do you need help with any of the following?
To make plans to protect the interests of yourself and your family both during your lifetime and after your death, you should make a Lasting Power of Attorney. This will give your relative or friend power to manage your affairs or make decisions during your lifetime if you become unable to look after them yourself through mental or physical incapacity. You can then be assured that the person or persons you trust will be in charge if and when that happens. You should also make a Will. This will appoint executors to look after your property after your death and name who will inherit it. We have produced a Questionnaire suggesting things which you need to include in the Will. There will be much for your executor to do in order to wind up your Estate. What this is exactly will depend upon the size of the Estate, the type of property involved and who is to inherit. We can help your Executor in a sympathetic and efficient manner either by advising him how to go about it or by ourselves administrating the Estate on his behalf.
If you would like us to act for you or advise you please ring Celia Earley on 0800 2461 012.
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