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Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning
The complexities surrounding wills, estates and probate can leave your family with a lot to deal with at an already difficult time. It is important that you have the necessary measures in place to ensure your affairs are in order when you die.
Our solicitors provide straightforward, practical legal advice to ensure the right decisions are made for you and your family. We can help with:
- Protecting your business from Inheritance Tax (IHT)
- Advising on care home fees
- Helping to change the terms of a will after a loved one has died
- Explaining the rules of domicile and residence
- Creating a plan for IHT
- Creating a Lasting Power of Attorney
- Securing lump sum protection
- Advising on probate and estate administration
- Making wills in accordance with Sharia law
- Setting up trusts and charities
- Resolving disputes related to wills, trusts and probate
- Writing a will
- Creating a living will
How JMW Can Help
At JMW, our team of specialists has assisted clients with a range of complex requirements, including families, business owners, entrepreneurs, sports professionals, entertainers and medical professionals. We understand the environment you operate in and will help you to complexities with honest and practical legal advice.
With JMW, you will become part of a loyal client base that values our ability to handle matters sensitively and pragmatically, as well as act as advocates for their interests. We take the time to get to know you and your concerns and priorities so we can identify the best experts to handle your affairs.
Our solicitors regularly consult with accountants, investment managers, private banks and financial advisers to ensure that the legal guidance we provide is the best.
As a firm, our expertise is frequently called upon by peers in the industry; we are often asked to give seminars on wills, trusts and estate planning, IHT and other related topics. Several of our lawyers are also members of the highly-respected Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
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