Wills and Probate
Do you want a say in what happens to your estate after you have gone?
You may think you are too young to make a Will, but none of us knows what’s around the corner. Have you thought about who will look after your children should something happen to you?
If you have children, it is particularly important that you make a Will placing your assets in trust for them and that you appoint Guardians to look out for their welfare.
Your Will tells everyone what should happen to your money, possessions and property after you die so that your estate is divided in line with your wishes. If you don’t leave a Will the law decides how your estate is passed on.
At Carey Solicitors we can also help you plan ahead by creating an Enduring Power of Attorney which gives you the power to nominate someone to look after your affairs if you become mentally incapacitated.
The administration of estates on the death of a loved one can be a very difficult time for families and we will do our best to ensure that the estate is looked after in a sensitive, practical and timely manner.