abbey-wills-logo-640-640Wills & Will Trusts

We all know that we should make our Wills, but the sad fact of life is that a large proportion of people die without having put their affairs in order. This can cause unnecessary problems for those left behind at a most stressful time. Without making a Will, the “wrong” people may inherit your assets, and your affairs can take longer to be finalised. A will is also the only place where you can appoint Guardians to look after your children. We offer a friendly, at home and fuss-free Will-Writing service at a very competitive cost. For more information, or to arrange an appointment please contact us. Your Peace of Mind is assured.

Lasting Powers of Attorney

None of us can predict the future, or when we may be struck down with a major illness or some form of dementia – regardless of age. It is therefore extremely important that you consider making arrangements in the event you suffer a serious illness and lose your mental capacity. Not to do so would mean that the management your property and financial affairs could be thrown into turmoil. By appointing your Attorneys whilst you still have capacity, your loved ones can continue to function and ensure your affairs are carried out as you would have wished. Contact us now to arrange a home visit to discuss matters further.

Funeral Plans

The cost of arranging a funeral has escalated substantially over the past few years, and has more than doubled in the last 12 years alone! Abbey Funeral Plans has teamed up with the UK’s largest funeral provider to bring you one of the nation’s most comprehensive Prepaid Funeral Plans. The main benefits of arranging a funeral plan are that your funeral costs are FIXED at today’s prices, and you are able to remove the stress of arranging your funeral from your loved ones. We’re happy to visit you in the comfort of your own home to discuss these matters in detail. So for further information, or to arrange a home visit, please contact us.

Family Trusts

The idea of creating trusts to protect your assets and your beneficiaries entitlement is often overlooked. However, the use of trusts is very important and can often save the family home from the staggering costs of long-term care. Trusts can be used to ensure that future generations benefit, and exclude those who may be married to your intended beneficiaries. We are also able to arrange a Vulnerable Persons Trust for beneficiaries who may be disabled, thus protecting their state and local authority benefits. Contact us now to arrange a free home consultation so that we can discuss and explain this type of service in more detail.