Wills, Trusts & Probate
Whilst professional legal advice can’t stop the inevitable, it can help you control what comes before and what happens after. Our Wills, Trusts and Probate specialists can protect your family, give you peace of mind and make the whole process easier for your loved ones.
Our Wills, Trusts and Probate specialists can help you plan for the future of your family, advise on the best way to protect your assets and possessions after you have gone, decide who will manage your estate and decide who will make decisions for you if you become incapacitated.
We can help with:
Our specialists provide the highest quality advice on all aspects of Wills, Trusts and Probate while offering value for money.
Many of the services we provide are offered as a fixed fee. Please select a service for more information on our fees.
Guide to Retirement Planning
2 steps to contacting Howells:
We’ll listen carefully to you, clarify what you’re trying to achieve, and then explain if and how we can help you. We will take some initial information and liaise with a legal professional regarding your case. If it looks like we can help, we will book you in for a consultation with a legal professional.
The Wills, Trusts & Probate team
Our team are highly knowledgeable and experienced in all areas of Wills and Probate. They are passionate about helping people take control of their affairs and ensuring rights and wishes are upheld. The team will put you at your ease immediately – while their professionalism and eye for detail will have you leaving relaxed and reassured.
Q.How long will it take to complete my Will?
A.It shouldn’t take more than a few weeks from the first time you come to see us, to you signing the completed document. If your particular situation is complicated or unusual, we may need to see you again, which could mean that it will take a little longer.
Q.What happens when my will has been completed?
A.The original of your Will can be stored securely by us. If so, a copy is sent to you to keep.
Q.Without a Will, what would happen to my estate?
A.It will be distributed in accordance with the laws on intestacy which may be contrary to your wishes. This may mean that your estate will pass to someone whom you didn’t want to receive anything or those that do inherit may not inherit all of your estate. It can also lead to greater time and expense in dealing with your estate.
Q.I want to change my Will but it was written by someone else, can I still come to you?
A.Yes. You are free to instruct any solicitor you wish to draft you a Will. It doesn’t matter where your previous Will was drafted.