Wills
A simple Will can save so many problems and is relatively inexpensive particularly when compared to the costs that might be incurred if you die without a Will.

Around 70% of us don’t have a Will. Of those that do many are out of date and no longer reflect their wishes. An up to date Will is the only way you can express exactly what you want to happen to your possessions and property after your death.

Powers of Attorney
Whether through accident, illness or advancing years, many people lose the ability to manage their own affairs. It is vital, therefore, to appoint a trusted and reliable person to take decisions about your welfare, property and financial affairs should the need ever arise. Appointing an Attorney needs to be done whilst you are still in good health and able to make decisions for yourself.