Binghams Solicitors offices will remain open for business as long as we can, and our team will endeavour to maintain an office based presence. Telephone 0151 630 7171 for the Wallasey Office and 0151 647 7372 for the Birkenhead Office. Our phone lines will be diverted to ensure we can receive your calls. Read more.
Amid the Covid-19 crisis we have seen an increase in Will writing and Power of Attorney. Binghams will be offering video call appointments for new clients and offer a 10% discount. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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It is very easy to put off making a Will and many people do, as it is not compulsory by law. However, making a Will is actually very important and can be very straightforward to do. It isnt frightening or difficult and it gives you peace of mind as to what happens to your assets when you pass away.
Whilst many people make plans for what is to happen to their estate should they pass away by making a will, far less people take steps to ensure that their affairs can be looked after should they simply be unable to look after them on their own.