- Do I need to plan my estate if I don’t have children? - The importance of a Will and planning for the future is often discussed when you have children, but if you do not have children, do you still need to plan your estate?
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Wills, Probate and Trust
Nowadays we can all look forward to much longer life expectancies. However, this can mean that we need to think more carefully about what will happen to us in old age and the implications for our families. The majority of individuals, therefore, require legal assistance to ensure that their family are able to manage their affairs in the event of illness, loss of capacity or death.
Our Wills, Probate and Trusts solicitors offer personal, clear and transparent legal advice to each and every client they meet. The team’s reputation has been built on its ability to understand an individual client’s needs, often at a difficult time.
Our Wills, Probate and Trusts services include:
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Parrott & Coales offer the full range of legal advice for individuals and businesses. Please call us on 01296 318 500 for more information.