Making a will is incredibly important and ensures that your wishes are carried out correctly after your death. At Hammons Solicitors each will is tailor-made for the client according to your requirements. We take your personal financial circumstances, and family commitments into account. We also consider the possible incidence of taxation, in particular inheritance tax, when writing your will.
Hammons Solicitors are experienced in dealing with estates that are left behind with sympathy and efficiency. This involves liaising with the family, obtaining valuations of all of the assets of the estate, agreeing tax liability and applying for a Grant of Probate (or Letters of Administration if there is no will). Once the Grant has been obtained, Hammons can organise the gathering in the assets of the estate and begin administering them according to the will or according to law as the case may be. The legal team at Hammons Solicitors are experienced in dealing with complicated cases and we are more than capable of intervening in cases where a trust may arise under the provisions of a will or intestacy, for example.
Hammons Solicitors are also used to dealing with the personal affairs of clients and where appropriate we can discuss powers of attorney and Court of Protection Orders. These orders are granted to enable relatives, friends or professional advisers to administer the affairs of elderly or infirm persons who, for whatever reason, are unwilling or unable to manage their affairs themselves.
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