We are several weeks into the 2016 now, so how are you getting on with your New Year’s resolutions? One of the top 10 New Year’s Resolutions is to get more organised with things like sorting out our finances. This includes making your Will, which is just all about finances. January is a great time to get around to doing things you’ve been putting off, like making a Will, or a Lasting Power of Attorney, or sorting out Probate.  The good news is that it could be the easiest New Year’s resolution that you actually stick to. I can help you get it done.

Getting help from a specialist legal advisor is good value for money. I can visit you at home, daytime or evening. You don’t need to have made all your decisions now or know exactly what you want to do.  I can offer advice and options and answer any questions, such as:

Should I review my Will?
What’s the 7 year rule?
I’m married again, how does that affect my children’s inheritance?
I’m separated/divorced, how does that affect my Will?
What can I do about inheritance tax?
Does it make a difference if we are not married?
Where should I store my Will?
Who can be my executors?
What happens about my business if I die, or lose capacity?
How can I (legally) help my parents with their finances?
Why might I need a Lasting Power of Attorney?
How can I save money on the cost of a funeral? For answers to all these questions and more, call Jenny for a ‘no obligation’ appointment, or just to ask some questions.  It really is easier than you think.