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Category: Wills, Estates and Trusts

Ordinary Power of Attorney

What is an Ordinary Power of Attorney? An Ordinary Power of Attorney gives someone you trust the power to deal with day to day tasks that you may be unable to do yourself if you cannot leave your home, such as; Paying bills Running bank accounts  Dealing with utility providers  Handling your affairs while in…
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Bulletin

This post is intended as an update about our services, and how we will deliver our services going forward while we are all affected by the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are still very much open for business.  We have several Free advice clinics scheduled for the next couple of weeks, in particular, Harraby and Denton Holme in Carlisle.…
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Free Will Appointments and Home Visits

Not sure what you need to put in your Will? We are here to help Our experts are available to discuss what needs to be in your Will. Whether it be regarding your children, partners, property and/or finances. Book a Free appointment Unable to attend our Offices? Not a problem, we can come to you.…
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The grounds for contesting a Will

There is often confusion around contesting a will and contentious probate. We can provide an expert who will assist you in contesting a will or defending a claim.

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Lasting Power of Attorney and Mental Capacity

A lasting power of attorney gives you more control over what happens to you if you lose mental capacity to make informed decisions. Our experts can talk you through the process and draft an LPA on your behalf.

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Will Writing Service: What you need to know about Wills

We are currently offering free will reviews. This is an opportunity to sit down with an experienced will writer who you talk through the process. We only charge a fee when you instruct us to begin writing your will, so there is no harm in obtaining free advice from us at the beginning.

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Bereavement Support Payment

Losing a loved one hard enough, but when this leaves you with additional financial burdens, the stress can become overwhelming. If your Husband, Wife or Civil Partner died on or after 6th April 2017, you might be entitled to Bereavement Support Payment. The Bereavement Support payment system is set up through the social securities system…
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