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Wills & Probate Solicitors
Did you know that over two-thirds of people pass away without leaving a Will? In such cases, if no apparent relatives can be found, the estates are passed on to the Crown. This results in millions of pounds being received from unclaimed estates every year.
At Rose & Rose, our specialist private client solicitors are here to help you with every aspect of estate planning and estate administration. Whether you need assistance in making your will, navigating the estate administration and probate process, or advice on lasting powers of attorney or inheritance tax planning, we have the expertise to guide you through each step. We can also provide expert advice in cases where there is a dispute over a will, estate administration or inheritance.
Estate Planning Solicitors Near Me
Rose & Rose is a well-established law firm located in Kingston upon Thames regulated by the SRA. We are committed to providing our clients in Kingston and the surrounding areas with a first-class legal service that offers value for money.
At Rose & Rose, we believe that you don’t have to compromise between quality and affordability. Whether you need further information on our estate planning services or want to arrange an initial consultation to discuss your legal situation, please email us at email@example.com or contact any member of our team below.
Estate Planning Solicitors
Our private client team understands the importance of proper estate planning and administration. Our dedicated wills and probate solicitors are committed to providing expert advice and guidance tailored to your specific needs. We can help you with a range of estate planning and administration services, including:
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I write a Will without a solicitor?
Whilst possible to write your own will, there are laws governing in the interpretation, construction and validity of Wills. Failure to understand what makes a valid Will could mean that your own Will may be invalid or certain gifts may not affect as you would wish.
What happens if I don’t have a Will?
If you do not have a will, the Intestacy Provisions will govern who your estate passes to and who will be entitled to administer the estate, your property may end up in the hands of people who you would not wish to benefit.
Do I need a Will if I am Married?
Yes, many people assume that their spouse will inherit everything if they do not have a will. This is not always the case, especially where children are involved. If you have an existing will before you were married, this will have been revoked by marriage.
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