It is often thought that when someone dies their nearest and dearest will automatically inherit. This is not the case and that is why the importance of a will cannot be stressed enough.
Field Overell LLP tailor make each and every will so that it is as unique as you are. We take into account your personal financial circumstances, family commitments, inheritance tax and any other complications that may arise.
By making a will you will also have the peace of mind that your estate is administered with sympathy and efficiency as you can choose who is to have the power to deal with your personal affairs.
What we need to know
We will cover the main issues in person with you either at our offices or if you are unable to attend our offices in the comfort of your own home.
We will need to know if you already have a will, who you would like to handle your affairs, what assets and income you have, any special wishes you have and any medical issues you may have. We will then outline all of the options available to you and advise you as to the best option for you.
Seeing a solicitor is not as expensive as most people imagine. The first appointment with a new client may be free of charge and at this meeting we will set out for you the costs likely to be involved in the services which we provide.
We offer free secure storage of all Wills that we prepare.
We periodically run free Will campaigns through various charities. If you are interested in having a Will prepared in this way please contact our Wills & Probate department. Alternatively please follow the following links to charitable organisations who offer free Wills.
Will Aid: https://www.willaid.org.uk/
Free Wills Month: https://freewillsmonth.org.uk/
We welcome new clients and if you have a relative who is not a client of Field Overell who needs to make a Will or a Lasting Power of Attorney please contact us to fix an appointment.
The Next Step
For further information or if you would like to arrange an appointment please contact Lorna Payne on 01926 422 101 or visit our Contact Us page.”
Lorna Payne is a member of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (known as STEP). STEP is the worldwide professional association for practitioners dealing with family inheritance and succession planning. STEP helps to improve public understanding of the issues which families face in this area and promote education and high professional standards among its members. For further information visit www.step.org
Alternatively you can send a message directly using the contact form.