Our advice to all of our clients is that they should make a will. Having a will in place ensures that your assets pass to the beneficiaries of your choice and allows you to appoint a trusted person to deal with the administration of your estate. We also encourage clients to consider granting a power of attorney. When you grant a power of attorney you are appointing another person to act on your behalf during your lifetime in the event that you are ever unable to do so. Your attorney can have powers to deal with the financial and property affairs and your personal health and welfare.
If you decide to proceed with a will and power of attorney at the same time, we offer a reduced fee of £400 + VAT and outlays for the two documents, being a total of £550. This represents a saving of £132 compared to have the two documents prepared separately by us.
For couples, who decide to proceed with mirror wills and powers of attorney at the same time, we offer a reduced fee of £600 + VAT and outlays for the two documents for both of you, being a total of £860. This represents a saving of £180 compared to have the documents prepared separately by us.