Making a Will
A Will is perhaps the most important document you will sign in your life. It provides the peace of mind that you know that you will pass your assets to the people you wish to benefit, after your death, whether family or friends. If you don’t have a Will, the Intestacy Rules dictate where your assets will go, which is unlikely to be what you want.
Our private client team is highly experienced and will work with you to provide you with a tailor-made Will. This will ensure that you achieve exactly what you want, whether that provides for straight-forward family arrangements, or a more complex structure built around trusts designed to mitigate inheritance tax.
Contesting a Will
We understand that disputes surrounding the Will of a loved one can be a difficult and often emotionally challenging. Here at Taylor Walton, our highly experienced and empathetic team are on hand to provide practical and straightforward advice, for claimants, defendants, executors and administrators, in relation to probate and administration disputes.
Working hand-in-hand with our Commercial Litigation team, our combined experience of wills, probate, trusts and administration issues (including inheritance tax and capital gains tax) means that we are able to identify any potential issues at the earliest opportunity and work proactively to mitigate these on your behalf.
Find out more
To find out how we can help you, or to hear about how we have helped other clients in similar positions, please contact our specialist team as detailed below. We look forward to hearing from you.
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