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Wills and Probate

Making a Will

Can you believe that over 70% of the UK population does not have a current Will that is an accurate reflection of their financial circumstances and the personal choices at Drafting a will is a significant decision, irrespective of whether your needs are simple or complex. Our team of specialist wills and probate solicitors are here to provide high-quality legal advice to help you make the right decisions for your will. At Mellor Solicitors we can facilitate your needs, taking into account all of your personal assets that make up your estate, as well as the necessary tax planning to minimise inheritance tax liability for your beneficiaries. We understand the significance of making provisions for your loved ones, to give you the peace of mind that your assets will go to the right people.

The Importance of a Will

It is strongly advised that you have a will, especially if you have children, you own property or business, or have savings, investments or insurance policies. If you should pass away without a will (intestate), the law will determine who gets your estate. With a will, you ensure that the desired people gain the legal rights to your property, money and possessions.

Our Full Wills & Probate Services

Our experienced solicitors can help you with your requirements, providing the following services:

    • Preparation of a will
    • Reviewing and updating an existing will
    • Estate and inheritance tax (IHT) planning
    • Administration of estates and obtaining grants of representation
    • Drafting and administration of trusts​
    • Lasting Powers of Attorney
    • Registration of Enduring Powers of Attorney
    • Court of protection applications
    • Probate Disputes

Mellor Solicitors Can Help with Complex Issues. Due to the important nature of wills, it is essential that you have a trusted solicitor to help you through any complex issues that may not make the will-making process straightforward. Difficulties can arise if you share a property with someone that is not your husband, wife or civil partner, or if you are separated from a previous partner but not legally. Outlining any particular complications from the start will help us reach a quick resolution and take any necessary precautionary measures so that your chosen wishes are carried out accordingly. If you would like to discuss any aspect or issue regarding your will, contact us on 0161 624 0387 or complete our contact form for a call back from one of our Solicitors.

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