Wills & Probate
Making a Will is one of the most important things you will do and it is a vital consideration when preparing for the future of you and your family. It is a way for you to clearly decide the distribution of your property, money and personal belongings, enabling you to ensure that your assets go the people you love once you are gone. It also allows you to decide who will become the guardians for your children, granting you complete peace of mind that their safety and continued care is given to people you trust.
From simple, straight-forward Wills to complex Wills involving family arrangement and taxable assets, you can rely on us
Our Wills and Probate department is headed up by Samantha Downs, who is highly experienced in making a Will. As a professional member of Solicitors for the Elderly, Samantha has extensive specialist knowledge in all aspects of Will and Probate services, and is an expert in dealing with the formalities when somebody passes away.
When you call upon Dodds Solicitors’ Wills and Probate services, you can be sure of the highest possible standards. We work closely with you throughout the entire process, from start to finish, and the whole matter is dealt with by a fully qualified solicitor who specialises in Wills. From simple, straight-forward Wills to complex Wills involving family arrangement and taxable assets, you can rely on us, and all services are charged on a fixed fee basis so you can rest assured of a definitive price.
We try to make our Wills and Probate service as convenient as possible so, as part of our comprehensive service, we can help make arrangements to appoint a suitable Executor. We also deal with Powers of Attorney and elderly client advice. Simply get in touch with the professionals at Dodds Solicitors today for more information.
If you were expecting to receive an inheritance from a family member and you did not, it may be possible to make a claim against a deceased person’s estate, or if you believe a relative did not have the correct mental capacity to make a will it may be possible to challenge their will through the courts.
Unfortunately when someone passes away there can often be disputes amongst family members, particularly if someone was expecting to receive an inheritance under a Will and then discovers that the deceased person did not leave them anything. It is possible in some circumstances to make a claim against the estate or to have a Will set aside if it is later found that the person who made the Will was not well enough to do so and did not have capacity to make such a decision. If you require any further advice about making such a claim please contact Sarah Spence on 0116 262 8596 or at email@example.com