We all want peace of mind that after we’re gone, our loved ones will be looked after in the way we would wish.
But all too often events such as divorce, remarriage, financial hardship or premature death can mean this doesn’t happen.
Drawing up an estate plan is not a “one size fits all” process and it is important to make sure you receive the right advice, tailored to your circumstances, wishes and desires.
We work with the Legal Services Guild to offer advice that gives you protection and certainty. One of our qualified Barrister Intermediaries will meet with you for 1-2 hours and cover the following:
We will help you to consider all circumstances so that you can make an estate plan that ensures your assets are distributed to loved ones, exactly as you wish.
We will help you to consider those eventualities in life that could affect you and make sure that you are aware of what can be done to protect your estate.
All estate planning documents are drafted by experienced barristers and will be robust and thorough to make sure your inheritance wishes are respected.
This is a cost-effective and straightforward way of making sure your inheritance wishes are fulfilled.
Our Barrister Intermediaries are bound by the Legal Services Guild’s Code of Conduct and Quality Standards, have completed a training programme and passed examinations accredited with the Bar Standards Board of England and Wales, and are fully insured.