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Wills and Inheritance

Wills and Inheritance LRG

Have you made your Will?

Everyone who has assets should have a will, particularly if you have children, dependants or partners. It can be a simple process, bringing peace of mind to you and to those you love.

Why risk problems when you can make a Will with us ensuring that your wishes are fulfilled and unnecessary difficulties avoided. Whether straightforward or more complex, our experienced team at Foster Harrington can help and advise you on the best way to:

  • Prepare or update your will
  • Incorporate tax planning

Estate and Inheritance

At Foster Harrington, we often speak to people who need guidance upon the death of a loved one. Dealing with legal and financial paperwork at such an emotional time can be daunting. Even in the simplest estates, there is a surprisingly large amount of correspondence with various institutions such as the Inland Revenue, the Department for Work and Pensions and The Principal Probate Registry Office to name just a few.

We understand the need for matters to be dealt with sensitively and efficiently, and we provide all the necessary advice with regard to the Administration of the Estate including post-death tax mitigation.

We offer a 30 minute free consultation at our offices on request.

Please contact either Avril Turner or Nikki Lehane on 01276 692233 or use the contact form to enable us to help you further.

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Lasting Powers of Attorney

Lasting Powers of Attorney LRG

A Power of Attorney is a legal document where a person gives another person or persons (the Attorneys) power to sign and conduct legal formalities and make other decisions on their behalf. From 1 October 2007 Lasting Powers of Attorney replaced Enduring Powers of Attorney. Both were designed so they continue being effective after the Donor loses mental capacity.

There are two types of Lasting Powers of Attorney:-

  • Lasting Power of Attorney Property & Financial Affairs which allows your Attorney to have authority to deal with property and finances as you direct
  • Lasting Power of Attorney Health and Welfare which allows your Attorney to make welfare and healthcare decisions on your behalf when you no longer have the mental capacity to do so yourself. If you wish, this could include giving or refusing consent to life sustaining treatment in certain circumstances.

Elderly Clients

Elderley Clients LRG

We advise on:

  • The special legal needs of the elderly
  • Registration of Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney, Health & Welfare and Property & Financial Affairs (see Advice Sheets)

For expert advice on wills and inheritance please get in touch with Avril Turner or Nikki Lehane on 01276 692233 or use our contact form and we will call you back.

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22 Park Street, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 3PL

Call us on 01276 692233 or email info@fosterharrington.co.uk