Wills & Probate
When a person dies without a will, how their property, belongings and savings will be shared is determined by a set rules known as ‘intestacy’. If a person dies intestate, only a spouse or civil partner and certain close relatives inherit under the rules of intestacy.
The importance of making a will or checking and updating a will should be a priority for everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or health conditions.
Failure to do so can result in lengthy and devastating family disputes, friends and family who could benefit from inheritance missing out and often complex and highly contested legal disputes.
At Lex, we have experienced lawyers who can discuss your requirements and offer you a service with the assurance that, as a regulated solicitor’s practice, you will be in safe hands.
We can offer assistance and legal advice on the following:
- Making a will
- Gifting a property
- Administration of estates
- Lasting Power of Attorney
- Probate – Handling an estate
Make the most of our free initial consultation and arrange to meet with a member of the team who can advise you and provide you with a quote.