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To maintain social distancing we are limiting the number of people in the office. The office door remains closed but some meetings are taking place by appointment.


It is generally advisable to have a will. For some, this is a straightforward exercise; for others, much more challenging.

Your priorities for the people and causes dearest to you are something we endeavour to understand. You may have in mind asset protection, the inheritance tax regulations and the use of trusts to protect vulnerable family members. We can advise on ways in which those wishes can be formulated by will and the tax and other implications of doing so.

You may already have a will but it will be helpful if you consider the matters on the questionnaire attached and you may wish to complete this before any meeting.

Download our Will Questionnaire (PDF Format)