Wills and probate
We appreciate the difficulties that can arise following the death of a family member or friend. Whether or not the deceased has left a Will, our understanding, patient and sympathetic staff will offer advice and support to bereaved relatives, personal representatives and beneficiaries on all aspects connected with the administration of the estate in question.
Our private client lawyers advise and draw up bespoke arrangements to suit individual circumstances including:-
Despite the importance of leaving an appropriately worded Will, many people find this a difficult topic to approach. Horwood & James recognise this fact and, whether at our offices or in your own home, our experienced staff will be pleased to discuss with you the relevant issues to ensure that, whatever your age and circumstances, your Will reflects your wishes as to the division of your estate upon your death, safeguards the interests of your family and arranges your affairs so that, for the benefit of your heirs and successors, as little Inheritance Tax as possible is paid.
- Tax efficient trusts
- Powers of attorney
- Inheritance disputes
- Inheritance planning
- Court of protection
- Care home advice
- Care of the Elderly and the Disabled