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Data Protection And Privacy

Data Protection and Privacy   For most organisations data is one of the most important... Learn More

Debt Recovery

Efficient cashflow and prompt payment of debts is vital to most organisations – particularl... Learn More

Data Protection Officer

For most organisations data is one of the most important and valuable resources that they hold. O... Learn More

House Sales / Purchases

House Sales and Purchase Solicitors Our Conveyancers are specialists and can provide full guid... Learn More


Commercial Conveyancing We have extensive experience in providing advise on: Buying and ... Learn More

Landlords & Tenants

Leases and Tenancy Agreements  Leases and Tenancy Agreements can relate to a wide range o... Learn More

Wills & Probate

Making a Will Making a Will is really a way of making your requests clear regarding what you w... Learn More


Licensing Solicitors We have extensive experience working with the hospitality sector, and can... Learn More


Compensation Solicitors If you decide that you would like us to help you make a claim, we guar... Learn More

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Making a Will

Making a Will

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 isn’t frightening or difficult and it gives you peace of mind as to what happens to your assets when you pass away.

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

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.